what are the characteristics of angiosperms

Characteristics of angiosperms:
1. Angiosperms are the flowering plants
2. Seeds of these plants develop inside an organ which modifies to become a fruit.
3. These plants have structures called cotyledons(seed leaves) that is divided into: monocots ( one cotyledon) and dicots ( two cotyledons).

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The angiosperms are those plants whose seeds develop within a surrounding layer of plant tissue, called the carpel, with seeds attached around the margins. This arrangement is easily seen by slicing into a tomato, for example. Collectively, carpels together with the style and stigma are termed the ovary, and these plus associated structures develop into the mature fruit.

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