spermatophyte

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spermatophyte

any plant of the division Spermatophyta, comprising all forms of seed-bearing plants, ANGIOSPERMS and GYMNOSPERMS.
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Most reproductive structures on spermatophyte species are ephemeral, which precludes any opportunity for termites to consume the structures.
Eicosanoid and prostaglandin signaling may also be a common heritage of most or even all eukaryotes, which got lost only in spermatophytes (Bouarab et al.
Molecular data from the chloroplast rpoC1 gene suggests a deep and distinct dichotomy of contemporary spermatophytes into two monophyla: gymnosperms (including Gnetales) and angiosperms.
Selenium in soils, spermatophytes and bryophytes around a Zn-Pb smelter, New South Wales, Australia.
I still can't tell my labiates from my nippleworts and I keep mixing up my spermatophytes with my gonococcus.
These in turn they gave rise to the true plants, the spermatophytes that now completely dominate the land surface.
Angiosperm--The subdivision of Spermatophytes (seed plants) in which seeds are produced within the ovary; includes monocotyledons and dicotyledons.