Trees, forests and forest ecosystems Any vascular plant is a tree if it has clearly recognisable crown, stem and root systems. The plant therefore has a tree-like structure with a balanced relationship among different structural components, which include the crown (foliage and branches), stem and roots (coarse and fine roots). The proportions of components to
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