what is the significance of evolution showned by the flagellated cycas spers?
Cycads, like all seed-producing plants, have a dominant diploid sporophyte phase in their life cycle—this is the large, familiar, green plant seen in nature. Cycads and other gymnosperms do not have true flowers and their seeds are borne naked. [ In the more evolutionarily recent angiosperms (flowering plants), the seed is enveloped by a coat or fruit which originates from the ovary.
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