1) double fertilization, providing the embryo with reserves of nutrients and protecting it by the pericarp ensured biological progress for flowering plants: angiosperms spread widely and adapted to seasonal climate changes;
2) the amount and variety of plant foods increased, which contributed to the flourishing of insects;
3) insects, in turn, contributed to the cross-pollination of flowering plants and their dispersal.
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