The phylogeny and adaptions of florae

When looking at the phylogeny placement of the Eastern White Pine, we can identify that this species is most similar to the Chiapas White Pine. Additionally, one can notice that the Eastern White Pine is part of the Pinaceae lineage, as some of its ancestors are the Lodgepole Pine, Arolla Pine, and the Scots Pine. Likewise, when looking at all the observations, it is noticeable that the leaves observed are all relatively small. As these florae do not receive as much nutrition in the winter, they are prevented from growing giant trees. Compared to all other observations, the Burdocks are the only ones that have a fuzz-like outer shell. This unique adaption is most likely used to protect itself from other predators.

Publicado por med_003 med_003, 18 de septiembre de 2021

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Pino Blanco Americano (Pinus strobus)

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Septiembre 16, 2021 03:23 PM EDT

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Septiembre 16, 2021 03:32 PM EDT

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