Black Stains on Teeth of a 10-year-old. Parents brought a 10-year-old boy with complaints of recurrent and generalised black stains affecting permanent and deciduous teeth. Moreover, the patient also had a complaint of gingival bleeding... journal.medizzy.com/black…
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Rainforests of Both Types - What Would This Look Like With Deciduous and Coniferous painted On Too?
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MASSIVE exotic arthropods on this beautiful Earth-like Paradise Planet -- perfect for taming or building a home base! No storms or hazardous weather and no hostile sentinals. Green grass, blue skies, clear oceans, and plenty of evergreen and deciduous trees throughout the world. Basically Earth 2.0
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Imagine being a Deciduous tree
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Finally done repotting all my deciduous babies. The family's grown quite a bit over the last year.
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11 year old girl with 81 teeth: 18 deciduous, 32 permanent, and 31 supernumerary imgur.com/mnMiu6x
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Looking for advice on this zone 6b garden plan- can't find the right deciduous shrub to add. Deets in comments.
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MASSIVE exotic arthropods on this beautiful Earth-like Paradise Planet -- perfect for taming or building a home base! No storms or hazardous weather and no hostile sentinals. Green grass, blue skies, clear oceans, and plenty of evergreen and deciduous trees throughout the world. Earth 2.0
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Blue Tit (Parus cyanus) is a rare bird, but I'm lucky - get to know! Blue Tit (Parus cyanus) is similar to the common blue tit but is white in color. The wings and tail are blue. Inhabits mixed and deciduous forests, in coastal thickets. A rare bird. Listed in the Red Book of Russ
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the deciduous tree gang has said his opinion
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Was trying to find out what kind of deciduous tree has cones, turns out it's a willow midge gall!
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My latest acrylic scene. Need more practice with deciduous trees
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Update on the lake and forest. My first time making Deciduous trees and I'm really happy with the results reddit.com/gallery/l4d0ky
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A little ID help? Found in Northern Virginia on a deciduous tree near a vernal pool. reddit.com/gallery/loiwlb
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Chief State - Deciduous (Official Music Video) youtube.com/watch?v=ATuTX…
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Some sort of conifer. The tree had no needles, not sure if it’s deciduous or sick (had plenty of these small cones though). Perhaps a hemlock species? reddit.com/gallery/loai92
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Sidewalk Chalk - Deciduous youtube.com/watch?v=UIglD…
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How to make "trunk chops", or drastic pruning of deciduous species

I'll demonstrate with my trees. Here's a big trident maple that the previous owner performed a flat cut on, leaving one small bud to regrow the leader. He left a stub to die back, which I carved down last year just into the cambium, and I sealed it with cut paste: flat cut.

Every year I will have to carve a bit of the dead wood away into the green cambium, and reseal with cut paste. The wound will eventually heal completely, as tridents heal extremely well.

Here is another flat cut on the same tree to create taper, almost closed after 2 years: second cut. I won't have to do anything to this cut and it will heal completely this year.

Here is a V cut, performed last spring, to eliminate the old apex and shorten the crown: v-cut. This is a different trident maple. The pipe cleaners note where branches will be removed in the summer. The v-cut was made to make the transition between the top two branches clean, it should heal in a year or two. Note that v-cuts are not just made on broom style trunks. They should only be used on species that heal quickly, like elms, zelkova, and maples. Species like ginkgo that don't heal well will likely die back.

Here's an angled cut on a ginkgo: angled. I chopped the top 3 feet off after buying the tree from Bonsai Northwest 5 years ago. I left a stub to die back to, and cut just above a bud. Last year I shaved it down to an angle and applied Kirikuchi-Naoru cut paste to seal the wound. It has started to callous over, and will probably take awhile to close as ginkgoes are notoriously slow at healing. This is a special cut paste that I bought from Jonas Dupuich and forms a surface that lasts for years, used on trees that don't callous easily.

If possible, make angled cuts when there is a bud present so that the taper will blend well. When there are no buds at all, a flat cut will produce radial budding so that you can choose which buds to develop into new branches or a new leader. Make these cuts in spring as buds swell, or just after they open if an angled cut is desired. Always seal with wound paste or putty. Edit: I only seal the edge of large cuts.

P.S. this is an answer I gave from the beginner's thread, asking which types of cuts are appropriate for trunk chops. Something I missed is that when making a flat cut, especially with a broom style tree, you can always go back and make a V-cut the fol

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The common squirrel in deciduous forests usually lives in hollows, dragging there a soft litter of grass, tree lichens, and dry leaves. In conifers, it builds spherical nests from dry branches (gaina), which are lined from the inside with moss, leaves, grass, wool.
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Birds must get real pissed when a deciduous tree loses its leaves in autumn.
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What, through natural means, could cause deciduous leaves from multiple speculative species of angiosperms to change into these colors during the fall?

These colors being...

  • Grey
  • White
  • Black
  • Pink
  • Magenta
  • Cyan
  • Blue
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What is this deciduous conifer? Vancouver BC, Canada. It has cedar-like leaves in the summer. reddit.com/gallery/lf2shg
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Imagine being a Deciduous tree
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Good morning from the pacific NW! About 12 inches today, hopefully the landscape fabric helps protect all those deciduous trees from the freeze. reddit.com/gallery/lj8c5v
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Day 3. Wife, plants, whatever. I’m watching the news. Madagascar ocotillo is deciduous so if you see it in the discount section it’s because the store doesn’t know it’s winter.
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Deciduous cedar in SE ohio?
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Plese help. what kind of mushroom is that? Psilocybe arcana or bohemica? I found it in the Czech Republic under a deciduous tree.Thanks!
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Someone cleverly planted an evergreen coast redwood next to a deciduous dawn redwood
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Those deciduous whores!!!
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Found growing on a deciduous stump today. Turkey tail? If so is this one too old or is is ok to use? reddit.com/gallery/lmbba0
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Difference between coniferous and deciduous biomass

Hi there, fellow redditors.

I wanted to ask if someone could point me to some good references which explain the differences between calculating aboveground biomass for deciduous and coniferous tree species.

I'm currently working on my MSc thesis and I want to use machine learning algorithms to relate ground measured biomass with features measured with a UAV (RGB values, height derived from the UAV point cloud, GLCM texture, etc.).

My first approach was to try and calculate biomass for both deciduous and coniferous, but they are statistically different in the features they present. When predicting biomass for coniferous, I get way better results than with deciduous trees.

TL;DR I need references that tell me if coniferous and deciduous biomass calculations are indeed better when done separately. If I'm being a bit more biased: if coniferous biomass models show better performance than deciduous models.

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ELI5: Why does the West Coast of NA have coniferous forests and East Coast have deciduous forests?
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What is the cause of a deciduous cast during menstruation?

I've been passing deciduous casts during menstruation a few times a year for over a decade. A deciduous cast is basically when the entire uterine lining sheds and comes out in one piece, it is cleary muscle tissue and much different than passing a clot, the pain is also horrible. I've spoken to doctors in the past but none of them knew what I was talking about and it took me years to find any information online. The information I've come across doesn't really give a cause and I'm wondering if any other women have any experience or information, apparently it's not very common.

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Spiking and foliage die-off in a deciduous Zeuxine. I don’t see this one gaining much popularity in ornamental collections.
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Found in apartment complex under deciduous tree. Low angle sun often does not hit here. USA, California, Bay area. Cant Identify but kids keep playing with them. reddit.com/gallery/kicfe2
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This deciduous tree that still has all of its leaves mid-January in Canada.
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Southern Wisconsin - Deciduous, but I forgot to take a picture of the buds
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πŸ“…︎ Feb 21 2021
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An unfamiliar view in a temperate deciduous forest biome.
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When do deciduous teeth need to be removed?

My 6mo kitten I noticed has double fangs on one side. The adult tooth looks fully grown while the baby canine tooth is still behind it. The baby teeth on the other side and bottoms came out just fine, it's just that one double canine tooth remaining.

I read online that they should be surgically removed if they don't come out on their own. Is there an age that I should be concerned or is it okay to wait a bit and see if it comes out on it's own? Thanks :)

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πŸ“…︎ Jan 14 2021
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Kitten digesting deciduous teeth?

My kitten (domestic shorthair, spayed female, 5 months old, almost 6lbs, healthy and happy) is losing her baby teeth as the adult ones are coming in. She seems to have swallowed most of them (which I've read is usual). I'm curious though, can kittens' stomachs digest their baby teeth or do the teeth just travel through the digestive track and come out intact in poop?

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Sappers of the 1st Guard Motorized Engineering Brigade of the RGK cut barbed wire, making passes through minefields. On the right is Senior Sergeant Ivan Petrovich Semenyuk (1925-2013). Belarus. 1944. Sappers are dressed in camouflage "Deciduous forest, model 1942".
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πŸ“…︎ Jan 21 2021
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You'll never look at your toddler again. deciduous (milk) teeth coming through.
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Found in east central Scotland earlier today. Growing from decaying bark on a living deciduous tree. Oysters? Spore print in progress. reddit.com/gallery/l3kaqf
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πŸ“…︎ Jan 23 2021
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Deciduous shower by 挿 [Original]
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