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The botanical study of trees and other woody plants.

den′dro·log′ic (-drə-lŏj′ĭk), den′dro·log′i·cal adj.
den·drol′o·gist n.
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Environmentalists who fight for the salvation of wood grouse see the problem, however, in such afforestation as the man-planted forest is much denser than a natural one."If the trees are too close to each other, they grow faster, as they try to get as much light as possible," dendrologist Hana Strasiftakova explains.
Tree expert, or dendrologist, Dr Owen Johnson, registrar at the Tree Register and author of the Collins Tree Guide and Champion Trees of Britain and Ireland, said: "The collection at Plas is the best of the largest trees of their kind in Britain."
A Africa B Asia C North America D South America QUESTION 12 - for 12 points: What does a dendrologist study?
(12) One evening in 2005, a university land management class was outside with a Knowledge Keeper and a dendrologist after a day of naming trees.
by a noted dendrologist. His children, heirs to his
Tony Titchen, local dendrologist, will start with a talk on the history of some of the trees in Bute Park and then lead a tour of the park.
Thomas Bartholin (National Museum, Copenhagen University), a renowned dendrologist with documented capability to diagnose spruce wood (e.g., Bartholin, 1979).
True False A rose is a woody plant that would be True False studied by a dendrologist. A dendrologist studies the bark, twigs, and True False leaves of a tree.
As regards biological experiences, architects must work with the biologist and the dendrologist and in cooperation with them, we can provide a rich experience of nature, where birds, plants and other organisms are flourishing together.
He was employed as a chief dendrologist (tree identification specialist) for the U.S.D.A.