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Gymnosperms first appeared in the latter Paleozoic Era but became dominant during the Mesozoic Era. • Angiosperms, the flowering plants. The angiosperms were the last of the great plant lineages to evolve; but today, they dominate the Earth, with more than 250,000 known living species. These plants utilize flowers to attract pollinators and also encase their seeds in fruits that, when separated from the plant, can aid in the dispersal of seeds. Angiosperms rose during the Late Mesozoic and became the dominant form of land plant during the Cenozoic Era.

The angiosperms were the last of the great plant lineages to evolve; but today, they dominate the Earth, with more than 250,000 known living species. These plants utilize flowers to attract pollinators and also encase their seeds in fruits that, when separated from the plant, can aid in the dispersal of seeds. Angiosperms rose during the Late Mesozoic and became the dominant form of land plant during the Cenozoic Era. Plant Adaptations for Living on Land Plants were ­ pioneers—­the first organisms to colonize dry land.

Liquid water was needed for the sperm and egg components of these spore-­ bearing plants to join and fertilize. Early seedless plants were at first restricted to ground-­hugging forms that lived near bodies of water. As the world became hotter and wetter, and vascular plants grew taller, they extended their range to the humid interiors of expansive tropical forests. In the Devonian and Carboniferous Periods, the water that was needed to spread and fertilize spores came in the form of rain and humidity that frequently drenched the leaves of plants living in the densely vegetative habitats.

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