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 »

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 »

The major difference between bryophytes and vascular plants is the lack of specialized structures to carry water and nutrients in bryophytes. This means that water and nutrients must be dispersed via diffusion to the tis... More »

Plants are eukaryotic, meaning their cells have a nucleus. They form tissues, have multiple cells and create food through photosynthesis, which is the process of turning sunlight into energy. More »

A nonvascular plant is a bryophyte that does not have vascular tissue for the transport of water and other nutrients. The three types of bryophytes are mosses, liverworts and hornworts. These bryophytes do not have xylem... More »

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Some characteristics of pteridophyta plants include reproduction through spores, leaves that provide energy through photosynthesis, specialized stems called rhizomes, and vascular systems that transport water and nutrien... More »

Sunlight and water both support the production of chemical nutrients inside the cells of a plant. Sunlight is critical in the process during which water molecules are broken apart inside the pigmented cells of the plant.... More »