How Does Pollination Differ between Angiosperms and Gymnosperms?


Polination between angiosperms and gymnosperms are different. Pollination in gymnosperms happen when pollen from plant flowers are carried from one plant to another through the wind. On the other hand, pollination in angiosperms occur due to insects, particularly bees. These two are also different because the seeds of angiosperms are inside the fruit while seeds of gymnosperms can be found outside the ovule.
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