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Ramification is the process of branching or dividing into smaller branches. In trees, ramification refers to the development of secondary and tertiary branches from the main trunk or primary branches. Ramification is important for the growth, shape, and health of trees, as it affects the distribution of leaves, flowers, fruits, and buds. Ramification also influences the aesthetic and structural qualities of trees, especially in bonsai and landscaping.

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