Evolutionary Adaptations to Flowering Plants
Flowering plants, or angiosperms, are plants of the class of Angiospermae that produces seeds enclosed in an ovary and is characterized by the possession of fruits and flowers. They are adapted to life on land than mosses by several reasons. Adaptations that angiosperms went through to become a more successful terrestrial organism than mosses are the development in their vascular tissues and their specialization in their organ for sexual reproduction, the flower.
<Tab/>Xylem functions in the conduction of water and minerals and also provides mechanical support. In addition to…
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