conifer

Cone-bearing, evergreen tree with needle-like, linear, or scale-like leaves. Found in temperate climate zones and is the most common tree in colder regions.

Conifer

See coniferous trees.

Conifer

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

Conifer

A tree which has needles and cones.

Conifer

Most conifers are evergreen trees and shrubs that bear naked seeds in cones (a woody strobilus). Examples of modern-day conifers include pine, fir, and spruce trees. Mesozoic Era conifers included redwoods, yews, pines, the monkey puzzle tree (Araucaria), cypress, Pseudofrenelopsis (a Cheirolepidiacean). Towards the end of the Mesozoic, flowering p...
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Conifer

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

Perennial trees or shrubs that produce insignificant flowers followed by seed-bearing cones. Almost all are evergreen foliage plants, ranging in size from tall giants to miniature rock garden shrubs.
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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

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

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

coniferous tree noun any gymnospermous tree or shrub bearing 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

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

conifer (kon'ifûr) [Lat.,=cone-bearing], tree or shrub of the order Coniferales, e.g., the pine, monkey-puzzle tree, cypress, and sequoia. Most conifers bear cones and most are evergreens, though a few, such as the larch, are deciduous. Conifers are widely distributed over the world but are...
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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

Cone bearing tree or the pine family, usually evergreen.
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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

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

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

A gymnosperm which bears cones.
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conifer

A cone-bearing tree.
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Conifer

trees and shrubs that usually bear their seeds in cones and are mostly evergreen; includes pines, firs spruces, yews and Douglas Fir.
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conifer

any tree that produces seeds in cones. See softwood.
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