Subject: Why does a tree grow verticly when growing on an angle.EX:on a mountain.
Date: Sun Mar 4 17:35:50 2001
Posted by jonathan
Grade level: grad (science)
City: Beresford State/Province: N.-B.
Area of science: General Biology
I formed a hypotisis concerning this question.I think that the tree absorbes
more nutiments when growing on an angle since it as to be denser the side
facing down the moutain.This will solidify one side of a tree much more than an
other.Of course,I never done any experiences or recherche about this.So could
toutell me the answer to this mind bogler. thanks. jonathan
Re: Why does a tree grow verticly when growing on an angle.EX:on a mountain.
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