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Problem: Vascular plants are divided into two main groups: seedless vascular plants, including ferns and club mosses; and seed plants. The seed plants are further divided into gymnosperms (seed plants that do not produce flowers) and angiosperms (seed plants that produce flowers).Indicate whether each description applies to a specific group of gymnosperms or to all gymnosperms. Drag each item to the appropriate bin.

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Vascular plants are divided into two main groups: seedless vascular plants, including ferns and club mosses; and seed plants. The seed plants are further divided into gymnosperms (seed plants that do not produce flowers) and angiosperms (seed plants that produce flowers).

Indicate whether each description applies to a specific group of gymnosperms or to all gymnosperms. 

Drag each item to the appropriate bin.

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