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Urban Tree: Biology

A component of the Georgia Master Gardener urban forestry training program.

The study of tree biology is the study of structure and function, and the relationship between them. Anatomy is the study of the component parts of the tree (leaves, stem, roots etc). Physiology is the study of the biological and chemical processes within these structures, providing the basis for function (photosynthesis, transpiration etc).

Developed by:Sheldon Hammond, Northwest District ANR Program Development Coordinator

In Cooperation with The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service Urban Forestry Issue Team

This publication/training was funded in full or in part by the USDAForest Service Urban and Community Forestry Program as recommended bythe National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council (NUCFAC).


Date Released/Presented
Jan 24, 2011
Biology (tree)
NUCFAC, Master Gardener
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