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A gymnosperm whose reproductive structure is the cone. Conifers include pines, firs, redwoods, and other large trees.
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1851, from Latin conifer "cone-bearing, bearing conical fruit," from conus "cone" (see cone) + ferre "to bear, carry" (see infer).
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plant that produces seeds in hard cones, such as pine. Also called a coniferous tree.
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A plant that produces naked seedsThe term conifer is used to describe a plant that produces naked seeds, usually on the scales of cones. Conifers are also usually evergreen trees or shrubs.
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A plant that produces its seed in a cone. Not all conifers are evergreen (larch and bald cypress are conifers but are not evergreen) contact herbicide:
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An evergreen, fast-growing tree
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A woody tree or shrub, primarily evergreen, which produces cones.
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  A group of cone-bearing plants.
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 A cone bearing tree with tiny needlelike leaves.
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A cone bearing tree of the pine family that is usually (but not always) evergreen
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A tree that bears cones; mainly evergreen trees such as: pines, cedars, spruces and junipers. Coniferous trees have small and waxy leaves, sometimes needles, which are usually kept all year.
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A cone-bearing tree or shrub, usually evergreen. Pine, spruce, fir, cedar, yew, and juniper are examples.
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Cone-bearing plant, usually evergreen.
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                   A cone-bearing tree of the pine family, usually                           evergreen.
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 A plant that produces its seed in a cone. Not all conifers are evergreen (larch and bald cypress are conifers but are not evergreen)
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a cone-bearing tree. Coniferous vegetation occupies the middle and high latitudes. Conjunctive Symbiosis: a mutually beneficial relationship in which the two participants join into a single organ or body. Example: lichens.
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A type of evergreen, which usually (though not always) produces its seed in structures called cones. They generally have specially-shaped leaves, often needle-like.
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Any of a group of plants that produce a strobilus or cone as a reproductive structure. coniferous forest
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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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a member of a group of mostly evergreen gymnosperm trees, many of which have needle-like or scale-like leaves, which have cones as their reproductive structures. Conifers include pines, spruces, and f [..]
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Needle-bearing trees that produce seeds in cones.
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(n) any gymnospermous tree or shrub bearing cones
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Tree on which the seeds are borne in a cone.
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A tree that produces cones, such as a pine, spruce, or fir tree.
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A Plant division of Gymnosperms consisting of cone-bearing Trees and shrubs.
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An evergreen, cone-bearing tree, as a fir or pine.
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Any needle-leaved or scale-leaved cone-bearing tree or shrub, such as pines, spruces and cypress.
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A type of tree that’s characterized by needle-like or scale-like foliage, usually evergreen.
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A cone-bearing tree or shrub, usually evergreen. Pine, spruce, fir, cedar, yew, and juniper are examples.
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A class of trees that are evergreen, have needle or scalelike foliage and conelike fruit; often called softwood. Examples include pine, hemlock, cedar and cypress.
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