Introduction to Angiosperms! "Flowering Plants" Overview Quick Review! Gymnosperms Naked seed Cones as reproductive structures Thin, needle like leaves Large growing plants Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ph7Ex8rQ-IA Another class of seed plants: Angiosperms Overview of lesson
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Can be either fleshy ex: peaches tomato oranges or
dry ex: nuts and raisins
(mature plant) (2n)
The growing zygote ( embryo) feeds on the endospore until it grows leaves and can make its own food.
pollen to plant pistil
grains are light weight,dry and
easily blown by wind
that allows them to float
ex: water lilies