Angiosperms have the potential to adapt to diverse habitats. This is the main reason for their domination. They are highly evolved and, well-adapted land plants. Their xylem possesses both tracheids and vessels for better water conduction. Roots are modified to pneumatophores, adventitious, taproots etc to adapt to the desired climate. Sexual structures are well-developed, flowers highly modified or coloured attract pollinators. Seeds are more protected as they are enclosed in the fruit. Due to all of these adaptations, they are adaptive to various habitats.
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