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''[[[Media:Any [[Member]] of the more than 250,000 [[Species]] of [[Flowering]] [[Plants]] ([[Division]] magnoliophyta) having [[Roots]], [[Stems]], [[Leaves]], and well-developed conductive [[Tissues]] ([[Xylem]] and phloem). [[Angiosperms]] are often [[Differentiated]] from [[Gymnosperms]] by their [[Production]] of [[Seeds]] [[Within]] a closed [[Chamber]] (the ovary). The magnoliophyta [[Division]] is composed of [[Two]] [[Classes]], the [[Monocotyledons]] (liliopsida) and [[Dicotyledons]] (magnoliopsida).
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''[media:Any [[member of the more than 250,000 [[Species]] of [[flowering]] [[plants]] ([[division]] magnoliophyta) having [[roots]], [[stems]], [[leaves]], and well-developed conductive [[tissues]] ([[xylem]] and phloem). [[Angiosperms]] are often [[differentiated]] from [[gymnosperms]] by their [[production]] of [[seeds]] within a closed [[chamber]] (the [[ovary]]). Example: Aplle [[trees]] and all [[fruit]] [[trees]].  The [[ovary]] [[wall]] is actually the [[fruit]].  The magnoliophyta [[division]] is composed of two [[classes]], the [[monocotyledons]] (liliopsida) and [[dicotyledons]] (magnoliopsida).
 
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'angiosperms'

[media:Any [[member of the more than 250,000 Species of flowering plants (division magnoliophyta) having roots, stems, leaves, and well-developed conductive tissues (xylem and phloem). Angiosperms are often differentiated from gymnosperms by their production of seeds within a closed chamber (the ovary). Example: Aplle trees and all fruit trees. The ovary wall is actually the fruit. The magnoliophyta division is composed of two classes, the monocotyledons (liliopsida) and dicotyledons (magnoliopsida).

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