jabez177
  • jabez177
How does a pine tree reproduce? A. It produces stems. B. It produces eggs and sperm. C. It produces roots. D. It produces leaves.
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jabez177
  • jabez177
Roots?
JackofallTradez
  • JackofallTradez
Actually, it uses roots to obtain water and nutrients. Any other ideas?
jabez177
  • jabez177
Leaves?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Pine trees reproduce by producing seeds. Unlike deciduous trees, which produce seeds that are surrounded by fruit, pine seeds are located on scales of structures called cones (pine cones). Pine trees possess both male and female reproductive structures, or cones. Both male and female cones are on the same tree. Typically, the male cones that produce pollen are located on the lower branches of the tree. This is to prevent the pollen from falling on the female cones of the same tree and, thus, promotes fertilization with other pine trees, which enhances genetic variation among trees.
JackofallTradez
  • JackofallTradez
Nope A pine tree uses leaves to produce food
JackofallTradez
  • JackofallTradez
@Vickiesweet is absolutely correct Good job, Vickie ^_^
jabez177
  • jabez177
So. Through sperm? Really?
JackofallTradez
  • JackofallTradez
Yep. Pollen is the plant equivalent of sperm
anonymous
  • anonymous
yup!
jabez177
  • jabez177
Oh.
JackofallTradez
  • JackofallTradez
You learn something new everyday ^_^
jabez177
  • jabez177
I knew this already. Just haven't studied it in a while...

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