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  1. Aug 2019
    1. Angiosperms

      flowering plants, constitute the majority of seed plants. They include broadleaved trees (such as maple, oak, and elm), vegetables (such as potatoes, lettuce, and carrots), grasses, and plants known for the beauty of their flowers

    2. Gymnosperms

      ex. needle-leaved conifers—spruce, fir, and pine—as well as less familiar plants, such as ginkgos and cycads. Their seeds are not enclosed by a fleshy fruit

    3. vascular plants

      Plants that have tissues that conduct food and water and have seeds.