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Gymnosperm have naked seed.
angiosperm have covered seeds.
Difference between Gymnosperms and Angiosperms Gymnosperms 1. In gymnosperms the reproductive structures are cones which are unisexual 2. The ovules are exposed, i.e., they are not located in the ovary. 3. After fertilization, the ovules develop into naked seeds. 4. The microspores and megaspores are produced by male and female cones 5. The pollen grains fall and germinate directly on the micropyle of the ovules 6. Fertilization is simple 7. Endosperm is haploid 8. In gymnosperms the pollination is by wind alone 9. In gymnosperms, generally the xylem contains only tracheids. Vessels are absent 10. The phloem has no companion cells Angiosperms 1. In Angiosperms, the flowers are the reproductive organs and they may be both unisexual and bisexual. 2. The ovules are enclosed in the ovary. 3. After fertilization, the ovules develop into seeds inside the fruit. 4. The microspores are produced in anthers while the megaspores are produced in ovules of the ovary in flowers 5. The pollen grains fall on the stigma, germinate and the pollen tube carries the male gamete to the ovary 6. Fertilization is double 7. Endosperm is triploid 8. In angiosperms, different agents like wind, insects, bats etc are involved in pollination 9. Angiosperms vessels are always are present 10. Companion cells are present
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Difference between Gymnosperms and AngiospermsSpermatophyta is divided into to subdivisions- gymnospermae and angiospermae.Spematophyta includeplants:a) whose body is differentiated into roots, stem and leaves,b) vascular bundles are well developed , andc) which produce seeds.Gymnospermsare woody trees with cone like appearance. They bear no flowers, no fruits but bear seeds. The seeds are naked as they are not covered by the fruit wall.Examples: Pinus, Cycas and Cedrus trees.
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