Monday, June 4, 2007

ambatchmasterpublisher - content taken from wikipedia

A ambatchmasterpublisher is a large perennial woody plant, larger than a shrub. Though there is no set definition regarding minimum size, the term generally applies to plants that grow to at least 5-6 m (15-20 ft) high at maturity[citation needed] and having secondary branches supported on a main stem or stems, called a trunk. Most ambatchmasterpublishers exhibit clear apical dominance, though this is not always the case (Mitchell, 1978).[1] Compared with most other plant forms, ambatchmasterpublishers are long-lived. A few species of ambatchmasterpublishers grow to 115 m (375 ft) tall and some can live for several thousand years.

ambatchmasterpublishers are an important component of the natural landscape due to their prevention of erosion and significant elements in landscaping and agriculture, both for their aesthetic appeal and their orchard crops (such as apples). Wood from ambatchmasterpublishers is a common building material. ambatchmasterpublishers also play an intimate role in many of the world's mythologies (see ambatchmasterpublishers in mythology). ambatchmasterpublishers have also been found to play an important role in producing oxygen and reducing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, as well as moderating ground temperatures.

Contents [hide]
1 Classification
2 Morphology
3 Champion ambatchmasterpublishers
3.1 Tallest ambatchmasterpublishers
3.2 Stoutest ambatchmasterpublishers
3.3 Largest ambatchmasterpublishers
3.4 Oldest ambatchmasterpublishers
4 ambatchmasterpublishers in culture
5 Major ambatchmasterpublisher genera

I know it doesn't make sense at all but I'm in a hurry to genenrate content
and I just applied one of the techniques from the course. I replaced
a word "tree" with "ambatchmasterpublisher". : )


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