What are the Characteristics of Plants
Characteristics of Plants
- i) Plants are multicellular organisms.
- ii) They are photosynthetic eukaryotes.
iii) In plants, zygote develops into a small-protected embryo that develops into a complete new plant, hence bryophytes have been called embryophytes.
- iv) They have a cell wall made up of cellulose (dead cells)
- v) Their reproductive organs are multicellular.
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