Conifer

A tree which has needles and cones.

Conifer

A tree or shrub, usually evergreen which bears its seeds in cones

conifer

tree belonging to the family Coniferae, usually evergreen with cones, needle-shaped leaves, and producing wood known commercially as
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Conifer

A group of cone-bearing plants.
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conifer

[n] - any gymnospermous tree or shrub bearing cones
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Conifer

[pronounce: con-if-er ] Plant with needle-shaped leaves. Reproduces using seeds found in cones.
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Conifer

• (n.) A tree or shrub bearing cones; one of the order Coniferae, which includes the pine, cypress, and (according to some) the yew.
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conifer

coniferous tree noun any gymnospermous tree or shrub bearing cones
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conifer

Click images to enlargeAny of a large number of cone-bearing trees or shrubs. They are often pyramid-shaped, with leaves that are either scaled or needle-shaped; most are evergreen. Conifers include pines, spruces, firs, yews, junipers, monkey puzzles, and larches. (Order Coniferales.) Conifers belong to t...
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Conifer

Co'ni·fer noun [ Latin conifer ; conus cone + ferre to bear: confer French conifère .] (Botany) A tree or shrub bearing cones; one of the order Coniferae , which includes the pine, cypress, and (according to some) the yew.
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conifer

A cone bearing tree with tiny needlelike leaves.
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conifer

A cone bearing tree with tiny needlelike leaves.
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conifer

A cone-bearing tree.
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Conifer

A group of cone-bearing plants.
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Conifer

A gymnosperm which bears cones.
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Conifer

a plant belonging to a group of seed-bearing trees and shrubs, which have needle or scale-like leaves and resinous sap. Fertile parts of the plant are cones. The group first appeared in the Carboniferous
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Conifer

A tree belonging to the order Gymnospermae, comprising a wide range of trees that are mostly evergreens. Conifers bear cones (hence, coniferous) and needle-shaped or scalelike leaves.
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Conifer

A woody tree or shrub, primarily evergreen, which produces cones.
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Conifer

A woody tree or shrub, primarily evergreen, which produces cones.
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Conifer

An evergreen, generally green, sometimes cone shaped. Generally in a northern region.
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conifer

any member of the division Coniferophyta, living and fossil gymnospermous plants that usually have needle-shaped, evergreen leaves and seeds attached ... [14 related articles]
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conifer

any of a larger order of trees and shrubs that are usually evergreen and that bear cones; examples are pine, fir, hemlock, and yew
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conifer

any tree that produces seeds in cones. See softwood.
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Conifer

Cone bearing tree or the pine family, usually evergreen.
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Conifer

Cone bearing tree or the pine family, usually evergreen.
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