Definition of forest tree in English:

forest tree

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noun

A large tree growing in or typical of those growing in a forest.
More example sentences
  • Threats to the moth's survival include non-native ants and parasitic wasps that prey on its eggs and caterpillars, overcollection, and the loss of the moth's native host plant, a dryland forest tree.
  • Sugi, Cryptomeria japonica D. Don, is an important forest tree, because of its excellent characteristics, including rapid growth, straight bole, ready regeneration, and soft wood with a pleasant color and scent.
  • Using our newly developed model, we have successfully detected significant additive x additive epistatic effects on stem height growth trajectories in a forest tree.

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