Question

What do Gymnosperms and Angiosperms have in common?

What do Gymnosperms and Angiosperms have in common? And what it the major difference between them?

Answer

The 'difference' between an Angiosperm and a Gymnosperm is that Angiosperms are flowering plants while Gymnosperms are not.

A woody vascular plant in which the ovules are carried naked on the scales of a cone, e.g. a conifer, cycad, or ginkgo is called 'gymnosperm'.

A plant in which the sex organs are within flowers and the seeds are in a fruit is called 'angiosperms'.

So, whats common? They both have seeds! Sperm = seed. Its in the name people!

May 13 at 3:51

Well they have seeds in common. Gymnosperms are plants that produce only seeds while angiosperms are plants that produces flowers and fruits.

May 13 at 7:37