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Flowers Guide

Flowers Guide

Here we give you the details about flowers, you will find all about flowers from an evolution of flowers to research and current usage of it. Also, the future of the flowers and how they adapted to survive and flourished on this earth.

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History Of Flowers

History Of Flowers

Plants with flower come into existence around 400 million years ago, primarily to pollinate and reproduce the same specie by attracting insects. Flower attracts insects through their bright color and distinct scent and provide food for them.

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Meaning Of Flowers

Flower can be considered in two parts, the vegetative part, consisting of petals and associated structures in the perianth, and the reproductive or sexual parts. But the Flowers, for humans means attractive color & a lovely smell.Continue

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Ingredients And Chemistry Of Flower

Flowers occur as biochemical changes take place to change cellular differentiation of leaf, bud and stem tissues into tissue that will grow into the reproductive organs.Thus occurrence of flowers depends on plants gene and the environment surrounding the plant.

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Research And Science Of Flowers

A great work has been done to find out how many species of flowering plants are there and how to keep the biodiversity on earth intact. Flower research is applied to maximize the food production and thus to secure our future.

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Future

As the understanding of our environment and the importance of flowers has been recognized the worldwide, the future of flowers looks bright. The cultivation of flowers has gone up as it also used as a decorative item.

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How flowers have changed over time

Flower evolution continues to the present day; modern flowers have been so profoundly influenced by humans that many of them cannot be pollinated in nature. Beside the wild flowers some modern flower adapted themselves to grow with our cultivated crop.