Template:BB Key Table, Key Level 5/doc

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{{BBK-----5}}

Example[edit]

{{BBK begin}}
{{BBK-1}} Scales of the cone numerous (except in ''Larix''); leaf-buds scaly.
{{BBK--2}} Cone-scales woody; leaves needle-shaped, 2-5 in a sheath. {{BBG|n=1|g=Pinus}}
{{BBK--2}} Cone-scales thin; leaves linear-filiform, scattered or fascicled, not in sheaths.
{{BBK---3}} Leaves fascicled on very short branchlets, deciduous. {{BBG|n=2|g=Larix}}
{{BBK---3}} Leaves scattered, persistent.
{{BBK----4}} Cones pendulous; leaves jointed to short persistent sterigmata.
{{BBK-----5}} Leaves tetragonal, sessile.                   {{BBG|n=3|g=Picea}}
{{BBK-----5}} Leaves flat, short-petipled.                  {{BBG|n=4|g=Tsuga}}
{{BBK----4}} Cones erect; sterigmata inconspicuous or none. {{BBG|n=5|g=Abies}}
{{BBK-1}} Scales of the cone few (3-12); leaf-buds naked.
{{BBK--2}} Cone-scales spiral, thick; leaves deciduous.     {{BBG|n=6|g=Taxodium}}
{{BBK--2}} Cone-scales opposite; leaves persistent.
{{BBK---3}} Cone oblong, its scales not peltate.            {{BBG|n=7|g=Thuja}}
{{BBK---3}} Cone globose, its scales peltate.               {{BBG|n=8|g=Chamaecyparis}}
{{BBK---3}} Fruit fleshy, berry-like, a modified cone.      {{BBG|n=9|g=Juniperus}}
{{BBK end}}

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Scales of the cone numerous (except in Larix); leaf-buds scaly.
Cone-scales woody; leaves needle-shaped, 2-5 in a sheath. 1. Pinus.
Cone-scales thin; leaves linear-filiform, scattered or fascicled, not in sheaths.
Leaves fascicled on very short branchlets, deciduous. 2. Larix.
Leaves scattered, persistent.
Cones pendulous; leaves jointed to short persistent sterigmata.
Leaves tetragonal, sessile. 3. Picea.
Leaves flat, short-petipled. 4. Tsuga.
Cones erect; sterigmata inconspicuous or none. 5. Abies.
Scales of the cone few (3-12); leaf-buds naked.
Cone-scales spiral, thick; leaves deciduous. 6. Taxodium.
Cone-scales opposite; leaves persistent.
Cone oblong, its scales not peltate. 7. Thuja.
Cone globose, its scales peltate. 8. Chamaecyparis.
Fruit fleshy, berry-like, a modified cone. 9. Juniperus.

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