Tree SVG is a life form of woody plants with a single, distinctly pronounced, perennial, in varying degrees of woody, preserved throughout life, branched (except for palm trees) the main axis – trunk.
The total number of trees on planet Earth in 2015 was estimated at 3 trillion; the estimate for Russia is 640 billion trees (the first in the world), for Canada and Brazil – 300 billion each. Annually, the number of trees on the planet is reduced by about 15 billion, this is due to both deforestation and climate change. Trees are harvested primarily to produce wood, which is a fairly common building material, but also used for paper production.
Tree SVG Classification
Trees are divided into conifers and deciduous trees by leaf type.
Conifers are usually distinguished by hard evergreen (rarely summer green) needle-shaped or scaly leaves, called needles, or needles, form cones or juniper berries. This group includes, for example, pines, spruce, fir, larch, cypress, sequoia.
Broad-leaved trees have wide and flat leaves – their thickness is much smaller than the length and width, usually falling down once a year. Broad-leaved (or simply deciduous) trees usually bloom and bear fruit. This group includes maples, beeches, ash, eucalyptus and others.
In addition to the classification by leaf type, the trees are divided into deciduous and evergreen trees by leaf life span.
Fall trees have a clear change of leaf cover: all leaves on the tree lose their green color and fall off, the tree stands without leaves for some time (in winter), then (in spring) new leaves grow from the buds.
Eternally green trees do not have a clear change of leaf cover: the leaves are on the tree at any time of the year, and the leaves change gradually, throughout the life of the tree.
In addition to the biological classification, trees are also divided according to other criteria: for example, fruit trees (fruits of which are used for human consumption), valuable (wood used for industrial purposes), ship trees (used in shipbuilding), tropical trees (the area of which is near the equator), northern trees (the area of which is far from the equator), etc.