angiosperms

Pteridophytes vs Angiosperms - What's the difference?

pteridophytes | angiosperms |


As a noun pteridophytes

is .

As a proper noun angiosperms is

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Perisperm vs Angiosperms - What's the difference?

perisperm | angiosperms |


As a noun perisperm

is (biology) the layer of nutritive tissue, derived from the nucellus, that surrounds the embryo of a seed in some angiosperms.

As a proper noun angiosperms is

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Algae vs Angiosperms - What's the difference?

algae | angiosperms |


As a noun algae

is (alga).

As a proper noun angiosperms is

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Angiosperms vs Tracheophytes - What's the difference?

angiosperms | tracheophytes |


As a proper noun angiosperms

is .

As a noun tracheophytes is

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Mosses vs Angiosperms - What's the difference?

mosses | angiosperms |


As a noun mosses

is .

As a proper noun angiosperms is

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Angiosperms vs Gypmnosperm - What's the difference?

angiosperms | gypmnosperm |

Angiosperms vs Gymnosperm - What's the difference?

angiosperms | gymnosperm |


As a proper noun angiosperms

is .

As a noun gymnosperm is

(botany) any plant such as a conifer whose seeds are not enclosed in an ovary.

Angiosperms vs Bryophyte - What's the difference?

angiosperms | bryophyte |


As a proper noun angiosperms

is .

As a noun bryophyte is

(botany) any plant of the division bryophyta, defined sensu lato to comprise the mosses, liverworts and hornworts and corresponding to all embryophytes that are not vascular plants.

Angiosperms vs Angiosperm - What's the difference?

angiosperms | angiosperm |


As a proper noun angiosperms

is .

As a noun angiosperm is

(botany) any plant of the clade angiosperms, characterized by having ovules enclosed in an ovary; a flowering plant.

As a adjective angiosperm is

(botany) pertaining to the angiosperms.

What is the difference between angiosperms and gymnosperms?

angiosperms | gymnosperms |


As a proper noun angiosperms

is .

As a noun gymnosperms is

(gymnosperm).