Difference between revisions of "Excurrent habit"

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1. The cone-shaped form typical of many conifers and a few angiosperms with a clearly identified central leader and growing point at the top of the plant.<br><br>
 
1. The cone-shaped form typical of many conifers and a few angiosperms with a clearly identified central leader and growing point at the top of the plant.<br><br>
  
http://hcs.osu.edu/images/cd0237/202/cd0237-05.jpeg<br><br>
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http://hcs.osu.edu/images/cd0238/202/cd0238-91.jpeg<br><br>
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http://hvp.osu.edu/images/cd0238/202/cd0238-91.jpeg<br><br>
 
http://sres-associated.anu.edu.au/mensuration/gr/hgt-v.gif<br><br>  
 
http://sres-associated.anu.edu.au/mensuration/gr/hgt-v.gif<br><br>  
 
This image compares a tree with an excurrent growth habit and one without.<br>
 
This image compares a tree with an excurrent growth habit and one without.<br>
 
Source: http://sres-associated.anu.edu.au/mensuration/totalhgt.htm<br><br>
 
Source: http://sres-associated.anu.edu.au/mensuration/totalhgt.htm<br><br>

Revision as of 18:08, 1 August 2017


1. The cone-shaped form typical of many conifers and a few angiosperms with a clearly identified central leader and growing point at the top of the plant.

cd0237-05.jpeg

cd0238-91.jpeg

hgt-v.gif

This image compares a tree with an excurrent growth habit and one without.
Source: http://sres-associated.anu.edu.au/mensuration/totalhgt.htm