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Can vascular plants have seeds?

Most vascular plants are seed plants, or spermatophytes. They reproduce with seeds and pollen. Some modern seed plants are gymnosperms that produce seeds in cones.

Which vascular plant has seeds?


Are vascular plants that make seeds but not flowers or fruits?

Seed Plants TEST Review

Question Answer
Vascular plants with no flowers or fruit; produce seeds in cones Gymnosperms
Vascular plants with flowers; produce seeds inside fruit Angiosperms
Flowering plants with two cotyledons in their seeds Dicots

Do vascular plants reproduce?

When vascular plants reproduce asexually, they may do so either by budding, branching, or tillering (vegetative reproduction) or by producing spores or seed genetically identical to the sporophytes that produced them (agamospermy in seed plants, apogamy in pteridophytes).

Which plant can reproduce to bulb?

The bulb crops include plants such as the tulip, hyacinth, narcissus, iris, daylily, and dahlia. Included… Bulbs enable many common garden ornamentals, such as the narcissus, tulip, and hyacinth, to produce their flowers rapidly, almost precociously, in early spring when growing conditions are favourable.

What are the 8 types of asexual reproduction?

The different types of asexual reproduction are (1) binary fission, (2) budding, (3) vegetative propagation, (4) spore formation (sporogenesis), (5) fragmentation, (6) parthenogenesis, and (7) apomixis.

Do ginger plants spread?

Ginger plants spread and emerge from rhizomes, the thick fleshy root-like structures you are accustomed to seeing in the produce section of the market.

Does Ginger need lots of water to grow?

Care of your ginger plant Gently water until you see more growth and then keep consistently moist after the growth starts. Your ginger plant will eventually grow up to 4 feet tall. Some of the roots will appear above the ground, which is normal for plants grown from rhizomes.