Horse chestnut

Horse chestnut

This animation demonstrates how horse chestnut trees change throughout the seasons

Biology

Keywords

horse chestnut, chestnut, palmately compound leaf, branched raceme, deciduous, growth ring, park tree, crown, root system, tribe, branch, bough, twig, capsule, core, xylem, sapwood, heartwood, seasons, change of seasons, season, dicotyledon, forest, plant, tree, angiosperm, biology

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Scenes

Horse chestnut tree

Winter

  • roots
  • branch
  • bough
  • twig
  • trunk

Spring

  • crown
  • panicle

Autumn

  • crown
  • capsule
  • hilum
  • seed

Trunk

  • bark
  • phloem
  • cambium
  • sapwood
  • heartwood
  • growth ring

On a summer day

Anatomy

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