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« on: 07/01/2006 05:53:44 »
Which is the gymnosperm plant with C4 anatomy?

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Re: Biological science
« Reply #1 on: 07/01/2006 13:33:31 »
Do you mean Hydrilla verticillata?
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Re: Biological science
« Reply #2 on: 01/02/2006 06:46:24 »
Hydrilla is an angiosperm plant. Sir, i meant the gymnosperm plant with kranz syndrome (c4 anatomy). Gymnosperms are more primitive than angiosperms.