Gingko Biloba Is the Sole Surviving Species of What Was

Question 23
Multiple Choice

Gingko biloba is the sole surviving species of what was once many species.Popular as ornamentals in the United States and Europe,Ginkgos are trees that can reach heights of 90 feet or more.They have wedged-shape leaves that show a branching network of vascular tissues.Pollen is produced on male trees,and the seeds are produced on female trees but are not enclosed in a fruit structure.The Gingko biloba are an example of A) gymnosperms. B) angiosperms. C) aquatic algae. D) bryophytes.