Plants that produce flowers and fruits are called angiosperms. They account for 90 percent of all plants, with more than 230,000 described species. These plants have three key parts: roots (generally underground, absorbing water and nutrients), stems and leaves.
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Thomas K. Arnold is publisher and editorial director of "Home Media Magazine" and a regular contributor to "Variety." He is a former editorial writer for U-T San Diego. He also has written for "San Diego Magazine," "USA Today" and the Copley News Service. Arnold attended San Diego State University.