Economical significance of flowering plants

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The Ecological Significance of Flowering Plants: The ecological significance of flowering plants includes providing animals the necessities that is vital to their survival. Specifically, herbivores use plants as their main source of food and nutrients. Animals are also known to use plants as shelter, as well as a way to camouflage themselves from predators and hunters. Flowing plants also serve an ecological purpose to the foundation on which they grow. They aid in the prevention of erosion in soil, as well help to improve the quality in the soil. Probably the most common known ecological significance is the reciprocal relationship between bees and flowers. First, the bees collect the pollen from flowers with the intention of providing food for the colony. After collecting pollen from one flower and moving onto another, the bee is leaving behind the reproductive cells from the first flower as it collects more. This allows flowers to continue the reproduction process. The economic significance of flowering plants are to provide products to humans
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