both are seed plants and seed plants share two characteristics: having vascular tissue and uses seeds to reproduce
ferns and gymnopsperms do.
Gymnosperms do not have flower whereas angiosperms have flowerThe 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. :)
vascular tissue lignin cell wall
There are only three (not four) groups of vascular plants. The vascular tissue is used to transport nutrients and water through the plant. There is seedless vascular plants, angiosperms, and gymnosperms.
They are seed bearing vascular plants.
Sunflower are seedless vascular
Gymnosperms and Angiosperms
Gymnosperms have "naked" seeds, while angiosperms are flowering plants. Gymnosperms: Pine trees, etc. Angiosperm: Apple trees, etc. Complex Vascular A+
The two kind of vascular tissue angiosperms have would be the Monocot vascular bundles distributed througout the stem and the Dicot vascular bundles arranged in circles!
Angiosperms and Gymnosperms
Angiosperms have vascular tissue, bryophytes dont
nonvascular plants, vascular plants, gymnosperms, and angiosperms.
1. seedless, non-vascular 2. seedless, vascular 3. gymnosperms 4. angiosperms
gymnosperms- conifers angiosperms- apples
Gymnosperms have cones and angiosperms have flowers/fruits
Embyrosac is found in Angiosperms but not in gymnosperms.
A. root systems B. bryophytes C. angiosperms D. gymnosperms E. shoot systems Answer= C. angiosperms
Angiosperms produce ovary and embryo sac which gymnosperms do not.
The four groups of vascular plants are Lycophytes, Pterophytes, Gymnosperms, and Angiosperms.Plants in the following groups are:Lycophytes: Club mosses, Spike Mosses, QuilwortsPterophytes: Ferns, Horsetails, Whisk FernsGymnosperms: Ginko tree, ConiferAngiosperms: Flowers
Angiosperms produce flowers, while gymnosperms don't.
The gymnosperms and angiosperms together compose the spermatophytes or seed plants.