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Angiosperms and gymnosperms belong to the plants group known as
Angiosperms and gymnosperms belong to the plant group known as spermatophyta, also called seed plants. Spermatophyta is a large and diverse group of plants that produce seeds. Unlike non-seed plants such as mosses and ferns, seed plants have a more advanced reproductive system that enables them to produce seeds, which are the main means of reproduction and dispersal. Gymnosperms are a type of seed plant that produce seeds without enclosing them in a fruit. They are often called "naked seed" plants, and examples include conifers such as pine trees. Angiosperms, on the other hand, are a more advanced type of seed plant that produce seeds within a protective structure called a fruit. They are also known as flowering plants, and examples include apple trees, roses, and sunflowers. In summary, spermatophyta is a group of plants that produce seeds, and within this group, gymnosperms and angiosperms are two distinct types of seed plants that differ in their seed production and structure.