Examples of Gymnosperms?

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A gymnosperm is a plant the reproduced due to an exposed seed, rather than a flower or fruit whose seeds are enclosed. Some examples of gymnosperms are pine trees, cedar trees, spruce tress, and gingko biloba. Gymnosperms are also used in commercial products such as soaps, food, and perfumes
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