Growth rings of a scots pine tree

Growth rings of a scots pine tree

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Caption: Growth rings of a scots pine tree (Pinus sylvestris). Growth rings can be visible in a horizontal cross section cut after a tree has been cut down. These rings are the result in the speed of growth throughout the seasons of the year. One ring marks one year in the life of the tree. The more rings the tree has, the older it is.

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