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Name: joe
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Age: 60s
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Date: 5/25/2004


Question:
Do all pine trees have pine cones and if not which ones do not?


Replies:
All pines are in the group "conifers" which by definition produce seeds in cones.

J. Elliott


Yes, all pine trees (genus = Pinus L.) have fruits that are called pine cones.

Anthony Brach Ph.D.



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