difference between evergreen forest and deciduous forest?

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evergreen forests are also called tropical rain forests

deciduous forests are called monsoon forests

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tropical evergreen forest or rainforests are found in areas  receiving heavy rainfall. they are very dense. they shed their leaves at different times of the year.As, a result the always appear green.

tropical deciduous forest or  monsoon forest. they are less dense. They shed their leaves at a particular time.

 
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EVERGREEN FOREST
                                           TROPICAL EVERGREEN FOREST OCCUR IN THE AREA WHICH RECEIVE    HEAVY RAIN FALL .THEY ARE SO DENSE THAT THE SUN LIGHT DOES NOT REACH THE GROUND.MANY SPICES OF TREES ARE FOUND IN THESE FOREST,WHICH SHED THERE LEAVES AT DIFFERENT TIME OF THE YEAR.THERE FOR THEY ALWAYS APPEAR GREEN AND ARE CALLED EVERGREEN FOREST.
 DECIDUOUS FOREST ;A LARGE PART OF OUR COUNTRY WE HAVE THESE TYPES OF FOREST.THESE FOREST ARE ALSO CALLED MONSOON  FOREST .THEY ARE LESS DENCE.THEY SHED THERE LEAF AT A PARTICULAR TIME OF A YEAR.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
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  1. tropical decidouous forests are also known as monsoon forests.​
​​.       2. Tropical rain forests are also known as ever green forests.
        
        3.monsoon forest are less dense.

        4.evergreen forests so dense that sunlight does not reach the ground.

       5. Monsoon forests shed their leaves at particular times of the year.

      6.ever green forests shed their leaves at different times of the year.

        7.they occur in areas which recieve moderate rainfall.

        8.they occur in areas which recieve heavy rain fall.
 
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distinguish between evergreen and desidous forest
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What is the difference between Deciduous and Evergreen Trees?

• Opposite of deciduous is known as evergreen where foliage persist throughout the entire year.

• Deciduous trees are adapted to tolerate the cold and dry weather conditions by shedding their leaves seasonally, whereas evergreens do not.

• Evergreens can survive under low nutrient levels in the soil. But a huge portion of internal nutrients is removed during the defoliation in deciduous trees.

• Nutrient requirement of evergreens is somewhat high during bad weather conditions due to need of the foliage maintenance. But in the case of deciduous plants it is high after the harsh time because of renewal of the foliage.

• Deciduous plants are more sensitive to changes in temperature and rain fall than evergreen plants.

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evergreen forest are restricted to heavy rainfall.
the trees reach great height up to 60m. it has luxuriant vegetation.
there is no definite time for trees to shed their leaves.
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The evergreen trees grow up to great height whereas the dedicious trees do not grow so tall. The dedicious shed their leaves whereas the evergreen trees do not shed their leaves
 
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Discuss the mechanism of Monsoon? Answer:Low Pressure conditions over the Northern plains intensifies by the beginning of June. It attracts the trade winds From southern hemisphere. The South east trade winds cross equator and blow in South Westerly direction to enter the Indian penninsular as the South~West monsoon. These winds bring abundant moisture to the sub continent.

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MARIANA TRENCH LIES IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN

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TROPICAL EVERGREEN FOREST KNOWN AS MONSOON FOREST

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1. Evergreen forest are found in area with heavy rainfall 2. They shed their leaves at different times of the year 3. Deciduous forest are less dense and are called monsoon forest. 4. They shed their leaves at a particular time of the year
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 Anevergreen forest is a forest consisting entirely or mainly of evergreen trees that retain green foliage all year round. Such forests reign the tropics primarily as broadleaf evergreens, and in temperate and boreal latitudes primarily as coniferous 

he word "Deciduous" means "falling off or out at a certain season". That explains why deciduous forestmeans a forest in which the leaves fall off the trees when the winter comes. The deciduous forests are located in the temperate zone above the tropicalforests and below the coniferous forests.
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What is the difference between Deciduous and Evergreen Trees?

• Opposite of deciduous is known as evergreen where foliage persist throughout the entire year.

• Deciduous trees are adapted to tolerate the cold and dry weather conditions by shedding their leaves seasonally, whereas evergreens do not.

• Evergreens can survive under low nutrient levels in the soil. But a huge portion of internal nutrients is removed during the defoliation in deciduous trees.

• Nutrient requirement of evergreens is somewhat high during bad weather conditions due to need of the foliage maintenance. But in the case of deciduous plants it is high after the harsh time because of renewal of the foliage.

• Deciduous plants are more sensitive to changes in temperature and rain fall than evergreen plants.

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Evergreen Forest :

1)Lofty, dense, multi layered forests.

2)Average height of trees is between 45-60 metres.

3)Trees have broad leaves.

4)Different trees shed their leaves at different times of the year, so they are called        'Evergreen'.
 
5)Trees form a canopy and don't allow sunrays to reach the ground.

6)There is an undergrowth of canes, bamboos, ferns, climbers, etc.

7)Ebony, Mahogany, Rosewood, etc. are the variety of trees found in this forest.

    Deciduous Forest

1)Deciduous Forests spread on a larger area than Evergreen Forests.

2)The average height of trees is 25-60 metres.

3)The trees shed their leaves for 6-8 weeks during summer.

4)The tress allow enough sunlight to reach the ground and facilitates growth of    climbers.

5)Teak, sal, sandalwood, shisham and many other trees are found in this forests.
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Evergreen Forest=tropical evergreen forests are foind in area receiving the heavy rainfall.they are very dense.they shed their leaves throughout the year.As the result they appear green throughout the year.
Example =rosewood ,ebony


Dedicous trees=they are also known as moonsoon forests. They ar less dense.they shed their leaves at the particular time of the year.
Example=peepal ,sak,teak
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Evergreen forests do not shed their leaves throughout the year whereas deciduous forests shed their leaves at a particular time of the year, mostly winter.
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Evergreen trees remain green all time whereas Decidous trees shed their leaves in particular seasons.
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1.They are called tropical forests.
1.they are called monsoon forests.
2.they spread so much that sunlight can not reach the ground . 
2.they do not spread that much.
3. there leaves do not shed.
3. there leaves shed .
 
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In evergreen forests trees do not shed their leaves at once whereas in the deciduous forests the trees shed their leaves at once
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they occur in areas which recieve moderate rainfall is for which forest ? 
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 EVERGREEN FOREST                                                                                                                                       these forest are always green in whole year. they never dry. they are not decicuous forest. these forest make our nature very beautiful. so these forests are known as evergreen forest.                                                                             DECIDUOUS FOREST.                                                                                                     these forest is found in north they are just opposite to evergreen forest.
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Evergreen forest  =  These forest remains green throughout the year.
Deciduos forest   =   These forest shed their leaves easily.
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Deciduous forests - They receive less rainfall & are thin in nature. They shed their leaves in a particular & so appears green at a  particular period. They are also known as Monsoon forests.

Evergreen forest - They receive heavy rainfall. These forests are dense in nature & their trees shed their leaves at different times so, always appears green. They are also known as Tropical rain forests.
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Trees that lose all of their leaves at once during one season (usually Fall) and grow new ones in a later season (usually Spring) are called deciduous trees. In contrast, some trees have leaves all year round. They do lose some of them, but new ones grow back right away. These types of trees are called evergreens.
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EVERGREEN FORESTS
1.The forests are dense and remain green throughout the year.

2.They grow in the region of rainfall over 200 centimetres.
3.These are called tropical rain forests
4.These forest are found in andaman and nicobar island, the western ghats and the wet north eastern hilly parts.
5.Example-; mahoganya,rosewoods,ebony and bamboo.

DECIDUOUS FORESTS
 
  1. The trees in these forests shed their leaves during the dry season.
  2. They grow in the areas where the amount  of rainfall is between 100 centimetres to 200 centimetres.
  3. These forests are found in Jharkhand,Chattisgarh,Odisha and the eastern Maharashtra.
  4. EXAMPLE-;saal , teak , shisham , pepal , sandalwood and jamun


 
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1)Tropical deciduous forest are known as monsoon forests
2)Tropical rain forests are also known as evergreen forests 
3)Monsoon forest are less dense.
4)Evergreen  forests so dense that  sunlight does not reach the ground
5)Monsoon forests shed their leaves at particular times of the year.
6)Evergreen forests shed their leaves at different times  of the year.
7)They occur in areas which receive moderate rainfall .
8)They occur in areas which receive heavy rainfall
 
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In terms of climate, deciduous forests are found mainly in moderate and tropical areas, while evergreen forests, also known as coniferous forests, are found in colder climates, both in terms of latitude and elevation. Evergreen forests are more adapted to harsher conditions in the form of lower amounts of sunlight, stronger winds and colder temperatures. Deciduous forests are found mainly in areas that experience seasonal changes through the year, which explains the loss of leaves in the fall and new growth and buds in the spring. In many areas where a moderate climate prevails, mixed-deciduous forests contain a combination of evergreens and deciduous trees.

Plant Adaptations

In each of the two forest types, trees and plants adapt to meet the conditions of the area's climate. Coniferous evergreen trees typically have rounded needles for leaves and branch patterns that are able to support the weight of snow during winter. Many evergreen trees also produce a biochemical antifreeze-type substance that helps to maintain basic life supporting functions during sub-freezing temperatures. Deciduous trees have broader leaves and more chlorophyll than evergreen trees in order to catch as much sunlight as possible during the warm season before they lose their leaves during winter. Deciduous trees are also able to seal off old buds with a protective covering during the winter to combat freezing temperatures.

  Soil

The soil in a deciduous forest is notably richer and has a thicker organic layer than an evergreen forest. Fallen leaves in a deciduous forest are broken down, returning more nutrients to the soil; these nutrients are used by other plants in the understory. Typically, because of the deciduous forest's rich soil, there are several layers of plants between the main canopy and the forest floor. However, in an evergreen forest, old needles from evergreen trees make up a thin covering of the forest soil. The needles from an evergreen tree are typically acidic, making for a nutrient-poor soil. As a result, fewer understory plants are able to grow in an evergreen forest.

Biodiversity

One of the biggest differences between an evergreen and a deciduous forest is the amount of biodiversity found in a deciduous environment. Several different types of mammals live in deciduous forests; these are nut and acorn feeders, herbivores or omnivores. Some deciduous forest regions, such as the Great Smoky Mountains in North Carolina and Tennessee, have some of the richest biodiversity of plants, salamanders and slime molds in the world. On the other hand, fewer animals and fewer types of plants are able to survive the climatic extremes of the northern evergreen forests. These animals have made special adaptations to the cold. They include elk, caribou, reindeer, rabbits, squirrels and predators such as the lynx, wolverine, bobcat and wolf.

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*Tropical evergreen forest are found in areas having rainfall more than 200cm.

*Tropical decidous forest are found in areas having rainfall between 100 to 200cm.
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Evergreen forest are more dense than deciduous forest.
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Evergreen forest-they do not shed their leaves in a particular season.
Decidious forest-ex:-mahua etc.
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according  to the name the word evergreen suggests that it is always green.but decidous frorests have definte leaf sheding period.
their is dense undergrowth in decidous forest and less under growth in the evergreen forests
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Evergreen forests remain green throughout the year and on the other hand deciduous forest could shed their leaves easily.
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tropical decidouous forests are also known as monsoon forests.?

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? ? ? ? 4.evergreen forests so dense that sunlight does not reach the ground.

? ? ? ?5. Monsoon forests shed their leaves at particular times of the year.

? ? ? 6.ever green forests shed their leaves at different times of the year.

? ? ? ? 7.they occur in areas which recieve moderate rainfall.

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Evergreen Forests Deciduous forests
Tropical evergreen forests are found in those regions which receive more than 200 cm of rainfall. Deciduous forests are found in the regions which receive rainfall between 200-70 cm.
The trees of the tropical evergreen forests do not shed their leaves at a same time as there is no particular season for shedding their leaves. The trees of the deciduous forests shed their leaves for about six to eight months during the dry season.
Tropical evergreen forests are dense. These forests are less dense.
These forests are found in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, upper parts of Assam and Tamil Nadu and on the western slopes of the western Ghats. These forests are found in North-eastern states, parts of Central India, West Orissa and Chhattisgarh.
Some of the species of the trees in these forests are ebony, mahagony, rosewood and rubber. Some of the species of the trees in these forests are sandalwood, teak and sal.
Tropical Evergreen Forests Deciduous forests
Tropical evergreen forests are found in those regions which receive more than 200 cm of rainfall. Deciduous forests are found in the regions which receive rainfall between 200-70 cm.
The trees of the tropical evergreen forests do not shed their leaves at a same time as there is no particular season for shedding their leaves. The trees of the deciduous forests shed their leaves for about six to eight months during the dry season.
Tropical evergreen forests are dense. These forests are less dense.
These forests are found in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, upper parts of Assam and Tamil Nadu and on the western slopes of the western Ghats. These forests are found in North-eastern states, parts of Central India, West Orissa and Chhattisgarh.
Some of the species of the trees in these forests are ebony, mahagony, rosewood and rubber. Some of the species of the trees in these forests are sandalwood, teak and sal.
 
 
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Evergreen forests: Evergreen forests are dense and green through out the year In summer season they are moist and have humid climate due to rain . But decudious forests are very hot due to less rain
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Evergreen forest will be green forever but the deciduous forest will not evergreen forever
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evergreen forests will evergreen forever but the deciduous forest will not evergreen forever
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Ever green forests

1. They are so dense that sunlight does not reach the ground.

2.Ever green forests are found in the areas which recives heavy rainfall.

3. Main trees like maghony,enbony and rosewood are found here.

4. These trees are mostly found in madya pradesh, U.P ,Bihar.

Tropical decideous forests

1. They are not so dense .

2. They are found in greater part of our country .

3. Main trees like sal, teak, sisham and peepal are found here.
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Deciduous forests - They receive less rainfall & are thin in nature. They shed their leaves in a particular & so appears green at a particular period. They are also known as Monsoon forests. Evergreen forest - They receive heavy rainfall. These forests are dense in nature & their trees shed their leaves at different times so, always appears green. They are also known as Tropical rain forests
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evergreen forest?

evergreen forests?are found on the eastern and western slopes of the Western Ghats in such states as Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and Maharashtra.

The tropical?evergreen forests?usually occur in areas receiving more than 200 cm of rainfall and having a temperature of 15 to 30 degrees Celsius.

Evergreen forests?are important for the protection and sustenance they provide for a wide variety of species ranging from birds to mammals.?

Temperate coniferous or?evergreen forests?exist in places that have warm
summers

deciduous forest

Forests?where a majority of the trees lose their foliage at the end of the typical growing season are called?deciduous forests.?

?Deciduous?biomes are located primarily in the eastern half of the United States, Canada, Europe, parts of Russia, China, and Japan.

The word "Deciduous" means "falling off or out at a certain season".

Deciduous forest, vegetation composed primarily of broad-leaved trees?
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Deciduous and evergreen are two opposite types of trees. They are categorized by the pattern and seasonality of their foliage growth. Plants between deciduous and evergreen are known as semi-deciduous trees. They have characteristics of both. In this article, we’ll tell you the main differences between an evergreen and a deciduous tree.

What are deciduous trees?

Deciduous is a term that refers to trees which seasonally shed their unnecessary parts, such as leaves, from their structure. Most deciduous trees are broad leaf trees. Because of the structure of the leaves and the pattern of leaf arrangement, the effectiveness of photosynthesis is very high in deciduous trees. Unfortunately, deciduous trees have both positive and negative aspects to them. Since they shed their leaves seasonally (during autumn and winter usually), they are very susceptible to wind and other winter weather conditions.

The falling of the leaves helps them prepare for winter conditions. It ensures better survival in winter as well as high water conservation and protection against predatory actions. Deciduous tree characteristics are observable in many woody trees like oak and maple. There are two characteristic deciduous forests where the majority of trees shed their foliage at the end of their typical growing season. These are temperate deciduous forests and tropical (and subtropical) deciduous forests. Trees in temperate deciduous forests are sensitive to the seasonal temperature variations whereas the tropical deciduous trees respond to seasonal rainforest patterns.

What are evergreen trees?

The evergreen tree is a complete contrast to the deciduous tree. As the name implies, an evergreen’s foliage remains on the tree throughout the entire year. There is no seasonal leaf shedding. Evergreen plants have a huge deviation within them. They include most conifers and angiosperms such as hemlock, cycads, and eucalyptus trees.

This does not mean that evergreens never shed their foliage. Old leaves of evergreen trees are replaced by new growth as they age. Evergreen trees favor warm, temperate climates. Many tropical rainforests are considered evergreens.

What are the differences between a deciduous and an evergreen tree?

There are several important differences between a deciduous and an evergreen tree. We will list them for you here:

  • Deciduous and evergreen trees are opposite each other. Deciduous trees shed their leaves seasonally and evergreen trees keep their foliage throughout the year.
  • Deciduous trees are adapted to tolerate cold and dry weather conditions by shedding their leaves while evergreens do not.
  • Evergreens can survive with low soil nutrients. A huge portion of internal nutrients is removed during the defoliation of deciduous trees.
  • Nutrient requirements of evergreens are somewhat higher than those of deciduous trees during bad weather because of the need for foliage maintenance. In deciduous trees, it is high after harsh weather when the foliage is renewed.
  • Deciduous trees are more sensitive to temperature and rain fall than evergreen trees.
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The forest that are green means do not shed their leaves are called evergreen forests
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The critical and the common distinction between the two types of forests is the in ?Evergreen forests? as the name says the trees do not shed their leaves in any season, until and unless they are old which are soon replaced by the others. On the other hand, ?Deciduous forests? shed their leaves in the dry season to save the water loss.
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Evergreen Forest are also called Tropical Rain Forest they are dense that sunlight doesn't reach the ground and occur in the areas which receive heavy rainfall and they shed their leaves at different times of the year. There are some trees found in this area are ebony, rosewood etc and deciduous Forest are also know as monsoon Forest they are less dense theyshed their leaves at a particular time of the year, some trees of this Forest are sal, neem etc.
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Evergreen forests are the forests which has green leaves for 365 days but decideous forests have green leaves in winter and rainy season,yellow leaves at summer . Evergreen forests ate located in eqater but deciduous forests are located in centre of south pole .
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Evergreen forests are the forests which remain green throughout the year
They are mostly found in AFRICA


Deciduous forests are the forests which shed their leaves in summers
Mostly found in moist places
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Evergreen forests are forests whose trees do not shed leaves throughout the year as the recieve plenty of rainfall and don't need to save water by shedding leaves . On the other hand deciduos forests are forests whose trees do shed thier leaves in yhe summer season


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The?main difference?between evergreen and deciduous forest is that the?trees?in an evergreen forest do not shed their leaves during a particular season whereas the trees in a deciduous forest shed their leaves during the dry season.?
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