Do oak trees have seeds or spores?
Oak trees have acorns which are their seeds.
Oak trees are large, deciduous plants. There are actually different types, but the most common is the Quercus robur, or the English oak. The seeds of the oak are known as acorns, and are small, hard, ellipsiod (3D oval) seeds with a small cap. Type in 'Oak' or 'List of Quercus species' to Wikipedia for pictures and more information.
The main difference between seeds and spores is that spores are not planted in the ground whereas seeds are planted in the ground. Spores fall off of the plants and they are a means of reproducing a plant just like the seeds. Although spores and seeds have similar functions, they have crucial differences. One main difference between seeds and spores is in the size. Spores are much smaller than the seeds. Seeds can easily be…