Some types of trees do prepare for the winter through losing there leaves – This occurs primarily in broadleaf varieties as they are the most vulnerable to cold temperatures, and the term ‘deciduous’ refers to them – This action results in not devoting water and mineral resources to those parts of th tree that cannot be effectively protect from winter temperatures.
No. Many trees lose there leaves/other covering in the winter. Trees have slow matabolism, so for most trees, hybernation takes place, usually bare.
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