Example sentences for: deciduous

How can you use “deciduous” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • North–south asymmetries also show up in snowlines, treelines, the frost tolerance of trees, and the proportion of winter deciduous species (Woodward 1987; Körner 1998; Körner and Paulsen 2004).

  • It’s named after the French hunter Nicolas Gatineau, who first explored it, and its evergreen and deciduous forests are still the home of an abundant wildlife.

  • Over the last 50 years, the widespread usage of fluoridated water and fluoridated dentrifices have been cited as major reasons for a decline in caries since the early 1970s [ 1 ] , and for the appearance of a significant association between oral hygiene and caries experience [ 2 3 4 ] . An inverse relationship exists between salivary fluoride concentration and caries experience in the deciduous and permanent dentition [ 5 ] , but fluoride concentration is excluded from most caries prediction models [ 6 7 ] . Acids in bacterial plaques cause caries in pits, fissures and interdental regions of teeth, but they also enhance the inhibitory effect of fluoride on demineralization, confounding the ability to predict caries from the salivary fluoride concentration [ 8 9 ] .

  • The north is coniferous, serving the province’s important pulp and paper industry, and the south is deciduous, with the maple of the national flag providing delicious syrup, and the ash, oak, and beech that blaze into crimson, amber, and gold in autumn.

  • As I have noted elsewhere, other "two-kinds-of-people" categories might include dogs vs. cats, savers vs. tossers, deciduous vs. evergreen, standard vs. automatic.


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