InGen Database Description
Pinophyta, commonly known as Conifers, are cone-bearing seed plants, mostly trees, some shrubs. All remaining conifers are evergreen woody plants such as pines, junipers, and yews.
Conifers provide almost half of the world's lumber. Pine cones are commonly seen in traditional handcraft, in wreaths or turned into toys that resemble four-legged animals, or, when unripe, cooked into jam.