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Tree keynote Tree keynote Presentation Transcript

  • Memorial Park
  • Memorial Park By: Joanna Castro & Andrea Munoz
  • Tree #1
  • Tree #1 Name- Bitternut Hickory- Carv Cordiformiss Coordinates- North 40 degrees 47.070 Wo- 99 degrees 44.454
  • Facts Genus of Bitternut Hickory- Carya 1. Its genus also includes Pecan trees. 2. Bitternut Hickory also known as Yellow-bud Hickory. 3. The leaves are dark green or medium green. 4.It is a fast growing tree. 5.It is native to eastern United States and Southeast Canada. Also found in Minnesota, southern Ontario and Vermont, south to eastern Texas and northern Florida.
  • Bitternut Hickory
  • Bitternut Hickory !
  • Bitternut Hickory ! !
  • Tree #2
  • Tree #2 Name- Austrian Pine- Pinus Nigra Coordinates- 40m Degrees 47.027 Wo- 99n degrees 43.907
  • Genus- Pinus Austrian Pine Facts 1. They grown to 40 to 60 feet tall. 2. Also known as the Black Pine tree. 3. They grow in clay, loam, sand, slightly, alkaline, acidic, well- drained. 4. It has dark green long leaves. 5. It is native to western Europe, Asia Minor, Austria in central Europe.
  • Austrian pine
  • Austrian pine !
  • Austrian pine ! !
  • Tree #3
  • Tree #3 Name- Common Hackberry- Celtis Occidentalis Coordinates- 40n degrees 47.032 Wo- 99 degrees 43.926
  • Common Hackberry Genus-Celtis L. Facts 1.Native to eastern United States. 2. It grows to about 50 feet. 3. Leaves are bright green. 4.It has berries. 5. The bark is a distinct narrow, corky ridges.
  • Common Hackberry
  • Common Hackberry !
  • Common Hackberry ! !
  • Tree #4
  • Tree #4 Green Mtn Sugar Maple- Acer Saccharum Coordinates- 40n degrees 47.032 Wo- 99 degrees 43.926
  • Green Mnt. Sugar Maple Genus- Acer Facts 1.It grows to over 40 feet tall. 2.It grows about 1 foot each year but not in all soils. 3. It can grows in clay, loam, sand, acidic, alkaline, well drained soil. 4.It has green flowers. 5.It has fruit.
  • Green Mnt. Sugar Maple
  • Green Mnt. Sugar Maple !
  • Green Mnt. Sugar Maple ! !
  • Tree #5
  • Tree #5 Name- Pin Oak- Quercus Palustris Coordiantes- 40n degrees 47.031 Wo- 99 degrees 43.931
  • Pin Oak Genus- Facts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  • Chickpin Oak
  • Chickpin Oak !
  • Chickpin Oak ! !
  • Dichotomous Key
  • Dichotomous Key We used the dichotomous key, to help us classify the kinda trees and tree leaves, we plotted on our GPS’s(6). This key also helped us make the research easier and faster!
  • ¡Thank You 4 Watching!