Are weeping willows angiosperms or gymnosperms?
The weeping willow trees are gymnosperms
Embyrosac is found in Angiosperms but not in gymnosperms.
Gymnosperms have cones and angiosperms have flowers/fruits
gymnosperms- conifers angiosperms- apples
Angiosperms produce ovary and embryo sac which gymnosperms do not.
Angiosperms produce flowers, while gymnosperms don't.
The gymnosperms and angiosperms together compose the spermatophytes or seed plants.
Weeping willows are vascular.
Angiosperms have covered seeds while Gymnosperms don't
Yes, weeping willows are deciduous.
Seeds, in gymnosperms are naked whereas in angiosperms, they are enclosed in fruits.
Angiosperms are flowering plants and gymnosperms are not. Gymnosperms' seeds are not enclosed within an ovary. They are both plants and have plant cells.
The eggs of the Gymnosperms are produced inside archegonia and in angiosperms inside the embyo sacs.
Peony are angiosperms.
They have flowers, they are angiosperms
lumbar, paper and Christmas trees are made from gymnosperms... i havent learned about angiosperms...
Weeping Willows belong to the tree family. Pussy Willows are not trees, they are simply plants. Weeping willows are the pendulous members of the Salix family. Pussy willows are the name for the flowers of the willow.
Venus Flytraps are angiosperms.
Theres a kinda ant, called wood ants that lives in weeping willows.
Gymnosperms have "naked" seeds, while angiosperms are flowering plants. Gymnosperms: Pine trees, etc. Angiosperm: Apple trees, etc. Complex Vascular A+
No, their Angiosperms
no - angiosperms
Angiosperms are further classified into Dicot & Monocot, therefore, dicot is in Angiosperms.
Gymnosperms- 350 million years ago Angiosperms- 200 million years ago
angiosperms i think but im not positive
They are angiosperms due to the fact that they are flowering plants.
The main difference between angiosperms and gymnosperms is their reproduction. Angiosperms are flowering plants and bear seeds while the gymnosperms reproduce through exposed seed.
Pollens in gymnosperms and angiosperms are produced for pollination and seeds are produced for occupying more areas through dispersal.
Seedless plants, gymnosperms, and angiosperms are important to the environment because we use them for medicine, and daily foods.
It is a prepositional phrase. It includes the preposition (among), an article (the), a participle used as an adjective (weeping) and a plural noun (willows). Although in context, the term "weeping willows" is a compound noun, an actual type of tree.
No Angiosperms consist of diacotyledonous and monocotyledonous plants
they have seeds
in the gymnosperms
gymnosperms and angiosperms
Gymnosperms are nacked seeded plants and angiosperms have seeds inside fruits./ Gymnosperms have archegonium and angiosperms have embryo sac
Is a weeping cherry tree a angiosperms
The group that produces fruits and vegetables are angiosperms. Gymnosperms produce conifers like cedar and softwoods like pine and fir.
No they are monocotyledonous angiosperms
No, they are gymnosperms. hi
Gymnosperms are neither monocot nor dicot. This classification is restricted to Angiosperms only.
Pine, spruce and cedar trees are some examples of gymnosperms. Apple trees, lilac shrubs and rose bushes are examples of angiosperms.
In Gymnosperm eggs are produced in the archegonia and in angiosperms in the embyo sac
Conifers are gymnosperms (cone seed plants) , angiosperms are flowering plants.
Angiosperms have a flower and fruit, gymnosperms don't have fruit
Gymnosperms do not have flower whereas angiosperms have flower The seed of the gymnosperms is unprotected (naked seed) compared to angiosperm's seed is protected in ovary. Gymnosperms consists of tracheid (except Gnetum sp. ) while angiosperms have complex vascular tissue ( develop vascular tissue) The reproductive structure for gymnosperm is cone and the reproductive structure for angiosperm is flower. :)
How is the alternation of generations the same and how is it different between angiosperms and gymnosperms?
Alternation of generations is the same in all plants in the sense that during sexual reproduction gametophytic generation alters with the sporophytic generation. In angiosperms and gymnosperms the only difference is the presence of embryo sac in the ovule in place of archegonium in gymnosperms. Also double fertilization takes place in angiosperms to have sporophytic endosperm, which remains gametophytic in gymnosperms.
Angiosperms and gymnosperms are the two types of trees. I hope u know how trees are important. They provide food shelter ect. To many living things
Pussy willows do not come from the weeping willow tree. It comes from Salix discolor, or the American pussy willow.