What Are Gymnosperm Adaptations to Life on Land?


The adaptations of gymnosperms involve their disuse of water in the reproduction cycle. When adapting to land, they use pollen to reproduce. They also develop seeds.
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the needels have a very thick cutical that helps pervent water loss as well as a sunken stomata.
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in gymnosperms, the transportation of pollen (containing the male sperm) makes living on land more advantageous because pollen can be transported in the air (from the wind) and on
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