How do angiosperms differ from ferns?

Angiosperms differ from ferns in the way they reproduce. Ferns have spores. Angiosperms multiply using seeds. They are mainly carried to various places by animals. Animals, including birds, eat the fruits along with the seeds. Due to the presence of the shell, the seeds are not digested by the action of digestive enzymes and acids, and after a while they leave the animal’s body in a natural way. Also, ferns do not have flowers, unlike angiosperms.

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