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Flowering plants are scientifically classified as angiosperms. Angiosperms vary in size, habitat and appearance, but share several common characteristics. All members of this plant group are seed-bearing vascular plants,... More »

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A list of non-flowering plants would include ferns, algae, rusts and smuts, slime molds, bread molds, mildew and yeast. Non-flowering plants also include truffles, morels and earth tongues. There are also jelly fungi lik... More »

One characteristic of flowering plants, or angiosperms, is that they have seeds covered by a seed case. Many also reproduce through cross-pollination that is carried out by insects, birds or the wind. More »

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The scientific name for the orchid family of plants is Orchidaceae. Any plant that is considered an orchid may also be called an orchis, especially if it belongs to the genus within Orchidaceae called Orchis. More »

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Endosperm is a nutritive tissue produced inside the seed of angiosperms (most flowering plants) during the time of fertilization. It surrounds the embryo with the purpose of providing nutrition in the form of starch and ... More »

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Vascular plants can be classified into two major types: gymnosperms or angiosperms. Gymnosperms are types of plants that reproduce by creating cones that contain their seeds. Angiosperms are types of vascular plants that... More »

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Pollination differs between angiosperms and gymnosperms in that most angiosperms entice animals to carry their pollen from plant to plant, while most gymnosperms rely on the wind carrying their pollen to other plants. Th... More »

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