Only Angiospermic plants have fruits
Most angiospermic plants have vessels in their xylem
Angiospermic plants have flowers
Yes angiospermic plants have sieve tubes in their conducting tissues.
Most angiospermic vascular plants have true vessels
Angiospermic plants are dominating the present day flora globally. These are highly evolved plants in the plant kingdom. However, many angiospermic plants produce enormous ammount of pollen grains to ensure cross pollination.
The herbevour animals eat leaves of angiospermic plant as their food and angiospermic plants get manure from the excretion of these animals.
Dicot is the catagory of angiospermic plants having two cotyledones in their seeds.
Sieve tubes are found in the phloem of Angiospermic plants.
All angiospermic plants produce flowers and have vascular tissue.
Adaptation for stronger shells.
Grains, pulses, cotton, vegetable oils etc. are all products of angiospermic plants
Angiospermic plants obtain water and minerals through roots and prepare food by photosynthesis.
because the cells of tapetum undergo meiosis due to which it it becomes multinucleated.
Direct Development vs Indirect Development.
Evolutionary trends are either progressive or retrogressive. During progressive evolution new structures are created whereas in retrogressive evolution the existing structures are reduced or eliminated.
Tooth reduction is one of the major evolutionary trends that developed among major vertebrate groups that allowed for the transition from aquatic to terrestrial life. Evolution of limbs and being able to breath air are other evolutionary trends that took place.
Angiospermic plants produce seeds enclosed by ovary wall.
a natural system of classification is that system of classification in which the organism is classified on the basis of their vegitative characters which are permanent and do not change with the envoirment this system of classification avoids the grouping of hetereogeneous and un related groups of organisms according to this sytem plants are classified on the basis of evolutionary trends while as animals are classified on basis of both evolutionary and phylogenetic trends........junaid
evolutionary trends of organisms over time. rather than classifying organisms based physical appearance, they can be classified according to evolutionary trends compared to other organisms through phylogeny (using cladograms).
Air-breathing animals do not return to breathing water.
Secular trends in new childhood epidemics, insights from evolutionary medicine.
plants evolved from bacteria