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Bryophytes is the common name given to a diverse group of non-vascular plants that reproduce through alternating cycles of sexual and asexual or vegetative reproduction. This process uses both a sperm and an egg for the ... More »

Broyophytes use spores rather than seeds to reproduce, and they do not have a vascular system. There are more than 25,000 species of bryophytes in the world, so beyond these basics, there is not one universal structure f... More »

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Bryophytes are small, herbaceous plants that lack any vascular tissue, so they rely on simple diffusion to distribute water to their cells. They require a fairly damp environment to reproduce, as the sperm of one plant m... More »

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