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deciduous

1. Botany (of trees and shrubs) shedding all leaves annually at the end of the growing season and then having a dormant period without leaves
2. Zoology (of antlers, wings, teeth, etc.) being shed at the end of a period of growth

deciduous

[di′sij·ə·wəs]
(biology)
Falling off or being shed at the end of the growing period or season.

deciduous

Descriptive of trees or shrubs, usually of temperate climates, that shed their leaves annually; characteristic of most hardwoods and a few softwoods.
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In the Moscow Region, the cutovers are actively overgrown with deciduous trees, the aspen predominating.
Shunning extremes does not mean lack of variation, and in the deciduous forest biome everything is nuanced, blurred, foggy, changing, like a Joseph Turner painting, a Debussy melody, or a Rilke poem--works from artists born in this milieu and perhaps because of this similarly influenced in their diverse personalities.
It is also likely deciduous packers will use the occasion to step up their efforts to win a better duty deal with the EU.
In southeastern Alaska, deciduous forest is primarily found on riparian and disturbed sites (e.
The purpose of the present study was: (1) to determine if the deciduous regrowth following clear-cutting in backshore boreal forests also occurs within nearshore riparian forests to such an extent as to alter the composition of allochthonous litterfall; (2) to determine if macroinvertebrates in boreal lakes differ in their early-stage colonization of deciduous (i.
KEYWORDS: Deciduous molar, Deep caries, Pulpectomy, Pulpotomy.
As the calendar moves into late autumn, the leaves of deciduous cypresses at Lishan Farmers Square in Taipei's Nangang District are changing colors.
The early loss of deciduous teeth leads to many negations in terms of physiological, functional and aesthetic.
PRUNE deciduous spring-flowering shrubs over three years old as they finish flowering.
There are many different kinds of trees, but a couple of the main groups are coniferous trees and deciduous trees.
This textbook explains tooth formation, the development of the deciduous dentition, the transition, the changeover to the permanent dentition, and its aging.
Pearson co-efficient test was applied for relation between the mesio-distal crown widths of the deciduous second molars and the permanent first molars t-test was used to compared tooth sizes between males and females.