How does the development of angiosperms and animals in the same time frame meet the defintion of coevolution?
The angiosperms and the animals (specifical humans)... View the full answer
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Animals obtain food from the angiosperms in the form of oil, pollen, nectar,flowers.They also get oxygen... View the full answer
Coevolution refers to the evolution of at least two species, which occurs in a mutually dependent manner.... View the full answer
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- there was some problem in the answer. complete answer is here.Angiosperms and animals in the same time frame meet the definition of coevolution.They share a mutualis-tic relationship with each other. Modern insect pollinated flowers ( ectomophilous) are coadapted with insects to ensure pollination and as a outcome they receive the nectar and pollen. Aspects of flowers have coevolved between the flowering plants and insects. • There is a communication between the flowers and insects with the help of scent in flowers, colour attract the insects. • Flowers attracts insects with the pattern of stripes leading to pollen and nectar to the insect. • Flowers such as orchids mimics
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