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Evergreens, such as pines and spruces, are not deciduous trees.
and aspen (Populus tremula) that, in the absence of moose, after 5-10 years form a deciduous canopy, which for a long time depresses regrowth of primary coniferous species.
The evergreens will need a warm and sheltered spot here, but the deciduous ones are completely hardy, even out in the open.
The reason for the increase in deciduous decay isn't known.
Similarly, 59% of the children with high blood lead concentrations had deciduous tooth decay, compared with 46% with low concentrations.
Even though there are similarities between deciduous forests in different parts of the world--the vegetal landscape in Cape Cod in the United States, that of the center of France, and the one in the south of Japan's Hokkaido Island would seem identical to a person without botanical knowledge--these similarities are not only due to comparable climatic conditions.
The permanent teeth replace the deciduous teeth by gradually weakening the roots of the deciduous teeth, pushing them out, and erupting from underneath the gums.
Predictions South African deciduous fruit canners would be seeking higher export prices for peaches and apricots following the poor harvests in the US and Europe last year are coming true.
The breeding bird assemblage of deciduous forest understory in southeastern Alaska and extreme western Canada, near the border of British Columbia and Yukon Territory, is generally more species rich than that of coniferous forest understory in the same region (see Willson and Comet 1996a, b).
Following clear-cutting of northern boreal forests, tree composition shifts from communities made up almost exclusively of conifers to those in which broadleaf deciduous (henceforth, simply "deciduous") species predominate (e.
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Objective: To evaluate the therapeutic effects of pulpotomy and pulpectomy on deciduous molars with deep caries.