The Seed plants: diversity in adaptation

United States, 1967

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By comparing the gymnosperms and angiosperms to more primitive plants and to each other, we learn why they are so successfully adapted to various land environments. Shows the distinguishing characteristics of these seed plants, their methods of reproductioon and why they are the most numerous of the plants on earth.

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Coronet Films

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English

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00:10:42:00

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Colour

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