Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
Botany or Plant Biology
What group seed plants include evergreens?
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Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Gardening
What are seed plants that do not produce flowers called?
Asked in Science, Biology, Botany or Plant Biology
Which group of plants was the first to produce seeds?
Examples of seed bearing plants?
Seed bearing plants make up the bulk of terrestrial plants, they are different from other forms of plants such as spore bearing plants (ferns). Seed bearing plants are broken into two main divisions: Anigosperms which have a seed protected within an ovary and Gymnosperms which have seeds produced "naked" - these are mainly cone bearing plants. Examples of Aniosperms include: Petunia, Hibiscus, Oak, pea, tomato Examples of Gymnosperms include: Pine, Cupressus, Cycas and Cycad
Asked in Flower Gardening, Botany or Plant Biology
In seed plants the plant that you see are in the what?
What is the name of vasculer plants that produce flowers and fruit that surround seeds?
Asked in Paleontology, Botany or Plant Biology, Fossils
What link do seed ferns represent in fossil record?
Can you give me some kinds of monocot and dicot plants?