Many researchers have arrived at that conclusion. The first are undoubtedly lost to history. Some pines are fire climax pines and need fire to release the seeds from the pine cones. Some biomes need fire to clear underbrush to allow seedlings to gain a foothold. See the link to read more about the role of fire in a Sequoia forest.
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The shape of the tree helps the tree to shed snow. The leaves are needle-shaped and waxy so that they do not lose water from winter drying. The leaves are evergreen so that they can carry on photosynthesis whenever possible during the year... Even when the trees are on fire
If you mean the elements that are gases at standard temperature and pressure the the first four gases to be discovered are: hydrogen (H) was discovered by Henry Cavendish in 1766; nitrogen (N) was discovered by Daniel Rutherford in 1772; oxygen (O) was discovered by Joseph Priestly in 1774; and chlorine (Cl) was discovered by Carl Wilhelm Scheele in 1774.
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It forces the seeds (such as pinecones) to open so they will be allowed to germinate. The heat activates them to open because the seed thinks it is warm enough to let the seeds germinate. And let the plant reproduce.
Fires are a natural part of Yellowstone ecosystem, with out fire some trees wouldn't be able to reproduce.
Eucalyptus trees have thick bark which protects the inner heart of the tree. The seeds have a shell surronding them, this helps in a fire.
The fire engine was created or discovered the fire engine by John Erickson.
trees are plants and fire kills trees.
Fire is a natural phenomena. Its discovery pre-dates history. It will have been 'discovered' by many people in many places.
There are many Palm trees in the area and grass is one of the most luxurious plants as it can regenerate after a fire and grazing. I hope this helps
Once ignited, fire could catch other objects on fire. In a sense, yes it can.
Fire is renewable because fire isn't like trees. When you cut down trees they are gone. Fire is renewable but trees are nonrenewable. While it is not possible to waste fire in general, it is possible to waste the materials used to make the fire. So if you are not using the fire, you are wasting energy.