What is the life cycle of a tree?


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2010-12-03 01:01:37
2010-12-03 01:01:37

Seed falls on/in ground. Seed grows. Tree grows. Tree starts to grow seeds. Seeds fall off. Cycle starts again.

The Seed Either Gets placed in the ground or falls on the ground from an already existing tree, the seed then begins to grow and becomes a plant, the plant then becomes bigger and then becomes a tree. It then begins to grow fruit and in the fruit are seeds, the fruit then drops and starts to rot and then the cycle starts again.

Martha A. Williams

July 18, 2009


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