What is the classification of a wood tick?

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The Classification of Wood
Wood is classified as either hardwood or softwood, depending on the seed type from which a woody plant grows. Hardwood is further broken down into two subclasses: monocotyledoneae, or monocot; and dicotyledoneae, or dicot. Of more than 10,000 classified... More »
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