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What advantage did gymnosperms have over more primitive types of plants? A. Their seeds had a protective outer coating. B. They were not limited to growing near water and could therefore spread inland. C. They were hardy, spore-bearing plants. D. They resembled pineapple plants with fan-shaped leaves similar to ginkgoes today. Which is it?

Ramon Kelly

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Karen Wright on October 8, 2018

The answer to this question is, probably, B. They were not limited to growing under water and therefore could be extended in the earth. Gymnosperms are plants that produce seeds that are not transported in the ovary or in the fruit. Their seeds do not have an outer cover or shell. The Gymnosperms are believed to be the first of the plants that have the seeds.

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