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Beans, peaches, and potatoes are all vascular plants.

What do these plants have in common? Their seeds do not have cotyl...

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Beans, peaches, and potatoes are all vascular plants.

What do these plants have in common?
Their seeds do not have cotyledons.
They do not have vascular tissue.
Their seeds are not protected by fruit.
They bear flowers and seeds.

Answer

Beans, peaches, and potatoes are all vascular plants because they do not have fruit.
These plants channel water and minerals up through a vascular system.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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