Explanation of deciduous trees

Give a brief explanation of the term deciduous trees.




Deciduous trees are plants which lose their leaves in an era of the year. In the case of the deciduous of temperate forest, the fall of leaves takes place in the autumn. The defeat of leaves is a preparation to encounter the chilly months of winter: roots, branches and stem are more unwilling to low temperature and snow than leaves; without leaves the metabolic rate of plant is diminished; the decaying fallen leaves aid to nourish soil.

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