Plants with Seeds
Students love smelling garden flowers and climbing oak trees, and they'll be interested to know that these seemingly different plants are more closely related than people might think. The reproductive lives of gymnosperms and angiosperms are thoughtfully discussed and compared. Conifers, seedings, and pollination abound in this colorful look at how we organize plants with seeds.
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Classifying Living Things
Pines and More 11
Many Kinds of Flowering Plants 18
Seeds and Fruits 24
What Living Things Share 30
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