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Phylogeny and Evolution of Flowering Plants

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Coniferophyta is a plant part of the kingdom, Plantae, and is part of the subdivision of Pinophyta. They are cone-bearing seed plants that contain vascular tissue and there are approximately 700 different living species today. Coniferophyta are also very economically valuable, primarily in the production of both paper and timber. Some typical conifers that can be found throughout most of the world include cedars, pines, firs, redwoods, and spruces.

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