1. The life forms of angiosperms are represented by trees, shrubs, herbs, which determines their greatest environmental plasticity.
2. Vegetative organs (roots, leaves, shoots) have numerous modifications and are the most specialized in structure and functions.
3. Seeds of angiosperms are protected by the pericarp, which contributes to their better conservation and distribution.
4. Fertilization does not require water, and pollination methods are very diverse (insects, wind, self-pollination, etc.)
5. They are spread by wind, water, animals or humans.
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