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Gymnosperms (meaning "naked seeds") are seed-bearing plants that don't produce flowers, instead they have male and female reproductive organs mostly in the form of cones. Their microsporophylls release pollen into the air to make available to the ovule, in the megasporophylls causing fertilization. Their seeds develop without a protective covering of ovary wall. Conifers (like pines, redwoods, and fir), gingkos, seed ferns, cycadeoids, and cycads are gymnosperms.
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Is kelp a gymnosperm?

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What are resin in gymnosperms?

Resin is a waxy substance that gymnosperms secrete in their resin canals that act as an anti-freeze for the plants. This is why gymnosperms are the evergreen trees and they do

Is a pine a gymnosperm?

yes, it's a gymnosperm and are in the Phylum Conifer

Who is the father of gymnosperms?

Gymnosperms are a family of plants that includes conifers, cycads, and the ginkgo. Their seeds may have been pollinated by dragonflies in prehistoric times. Much scientific

Is a cactus a gymnosperm?

Yes it is a gymnosperm because gymnosperms are plants whose seeds are not surrounded by a fruit.

Are ferns gymnosperms?

Ferns are not gymnosperms. Gymnosperms are divided into 4 groups,cycads,ginkgoes,gnetophytes,and conifers.

What are examples of gymnosperms?

a gymnosperm is a type of plant of tree whose seeds are not enclosed within an ovary and whose leaves and branches do not produce flowers:) hope this helps you... sorry if you

Gymnosperms do not have?

Fruit nor Flowers.

What can reproduce?

Any Living Organism

What is an angiosperm and a gymnosperm?

The difference between an Angiosperm and a Gymnosperm is that Angiosperms are flowering plants while Gymnosperms are not. A. include plants that use flowers to reproduce. More

What are gymnosperms?

Gymnosperms are any of a group of vascular plants that produce naked seeds (not enclosed in an ovary or fruit). They were formerly considered a class (Gymnospermae) of seed pl

What are the characteristics of a gymnosperm?

  Characteristics of Gymnosperms     sporophyte dominant: gametophyte very reduced   multicellular female gametangium (archegonium) but no male gametangium (male
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Why do you reproduce?

To make sure that the continue of its kind exist We as humans like to reproduce for the following reasons: 1. It may be fun 2. To pouplate the human race 3. Becoming a moth