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Plant Evolution

Plant Evolution

Plant Evolution . Plants. Origins over 700 MYA 10 Divisions 4 Basic lifecycles Green algae that evolved onto land Evolved for more independence from water Then coevolved with pollinators, dispersal Major events: Living on land, spores Vascular tissues Seeds Flowers & Fruits.

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