Write 5 characteristics of flowering and non-flowering plants.

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Flowering Plants
  • They produce variety of flowers, their are around 300000 species of flowering plant.
  • Posses large number of pollen grains.
  • Flowering plant has stamen which is the reproductive part of flower that produce pollen grains.
  • It have carpel that encloses seeds which may turn into fruits.
  • E.g. rose, jasmine, mango
Non flowering plant
  • Non flowering plants may reproduce through seeds but does not produce flowers.
  • They mainly reproduce asexually.Thier reproductive organ is spores.
  • Non flowering plant survive for long time.
  • Plant body is thalloid
  • E.g. pine, fern, moss
 
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Flowering plants produce seeds... they have a male part stamen that produce the 'male/ sperm' cells and the female part- pistil, produces egg cells. The new plant or seed is a combination of the sperm and egg.
Non-flowering plants don't do this... they usually reproduce through spores... they don't produce flowers... for example ferns...
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flowering plants produce seeds... they have a male part stamen that produce the 'male/ sperm' cells and the female part- pistil, produces egg cells. The new plant or seed is a combination of the sperm and egg. Non-flowering plants don't do this... they usually reproduce through spores... they don't produce flowers... for example ferns... Flowering Plants Flowering plants signify one of the largest groups of main producers. Characteristically, flowering plants are prearranged into a subversive root and a shoot over the ground that consists itself of a stem and leaves. The organs of a plant that provide sexual reproduction are the flowers. In reference to many other plant collections, flowering plants are outstanding, numerous and are also common. Non Flowering Plants There are many different types of plants that do not produce flowers and despite the difference in their shape, size, color and chemistry, all of them are classified as nonflowering. The very first plants on earth were marine nonflowering plants. It is estimated that nonflowering plants started to grow on land about 450 million years ago. For the next 320 years all plants remained nonflowering. This is the reason why there is a greater variety of nonflowering plants in the world than the flowering kind
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check science textbook page no. 78
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