Question by  trewri11 (30)

What can you tell me about angiosperms with modified leaves, stems, roots, or flowers that do not function in the normal manner?


Answer by  Nanthawat (131)

Many angiosperms have modified flowers, either make it into colors it doesn't come to in the wild, shape, size, abundance, scent, etcetera. The reason for this is purely for aesthetics. People are constantly coming up with new looks for the same old flowers we have come to know and love everyday.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

You would be better off asking your local nursery they are trained for all of that the specific thing you are looking for isn't real common so in turn the knowledge base for you decreases significantly.


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

Since Angiosperms are the most common phylum in the plant kingdom, answering your question would be predicated on specific conditions. You would need to define a specific genus, and a set of situations before any condition could be quantified and defined.


Answer by  dwammer (710)

An angiosperm is a flowering plant. A modified one has altered roots, stems, leaves or roots that makes the plant function differently.

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