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Definition of angiosperm

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Definition as written by jcangemi:

Angiosperm are plants that flower and form fruits with seeds. Seeds are enclosed in a dry or fleshy fruit that develops from the ovary within the flower. Class Angiosperm has two subclasses - monocot and dicot, which differ in the number of cotyledon (seed leaf.) See gymnosperm.

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