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Phylogeny and Evolution of Flowering Plants

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Anthophyta, or otherwise known as angiosperms, are part of the kingdom Plantae are the most populous modern division. They are unique to other seed plants in various ways including the following: Their flowers enable a wider range of evolutionary relationship, they contain stamens with two pairs of pollen sacs, they have reduced male parts, they have a close carpel, they have reduced female gametophytes, and they have distinguishing endosperm. There are two classes within the division of Anthophyta, including monocots and dicots.

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