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What is a gymnosperm such as a pine tree called?

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Is a white pine a gymnosperm or angiosperm?

Gymnosperm. The white pine's ovules are not enclosed within an ovary. The seeds are not produced within a fruit in a gymnosperm unlike angiosperms. Angiosperms like Cannabis S

Is a pine a gymnosperm?

yes, it's a gymnosperm and are in the Phylum Conifer

What are the leaves of a pine tree called?

The leaves of pine trees are called "needles" because of their unique shape: they are very thin and sharp at the tip. The shortleaf pine species is easy to identify.

Why is a pine a gymnosperm?

Because its reproductive systems are insonspicuous. It bears naked seeds not enclosed in fruits.

What are the seeds of a Christmas trees or pine trees called?

Pine trees have cones. There are male cones, which are smaller (about 1-5 cm), and female cones, which are larger (3-60 cm). The male cones contain pollen. The female cones ha
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Why are gymnosperms called gymnosperms?

Gymnosperms are plants that do not grow flowers or fruits. You can  remember this because of "gym" in gymnosperm. You see, when I think  of gym I do not think of flowers or