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Is the daffodil an angiosperm

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A daisy is an Angiosperm because plants that has flowers and produces seeds within a carpel.Daisies are therefore Angiosperms.<3

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Yes, the orchids are Angiosperms.They are also monocots and are placed in the order Asparagales.

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Yes, monocots and dicots are sub-divisions of angiosperms (flowering plants)

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Yes. So is a monocot.

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