jahnavi
  • jahnavi
what are the uses of gymnosperms?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, im sure in your text book of some sort it has told you that gymnosperms are the "male" so to speak, and that angiosperms are the "female" so if a gymnosperm is the male, what does it do? (if you nedd any mroe help figuring out the answer than i will be glad to help you out.)
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gymnosperm#Uses Gymnosperms have major economic uses. Pine, fir, spruce, and cedar are all examples of conifers that are used for lumber. Some other common uses for gymnosperms are soap, varnish, nail polish, food, gum, and perfumes.

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