There are many types of nonvascular plants, including mosses, lichens, liverworts, hornworts and algae. Algae can be further divided into three separate phylum: Chlorophyta or green algae, Rhodophyta or red algae, and Ph... More »

Non-vascular plants excrete excess gases produced by cellular respiration and photosynthesis through diffusion, the movement of molecules from a concentrated area to an area of low concentration. Mosses and algae excrete... More »

The primary examples of non-seed vascular plants are ferns and horsetails. They possess vascular tissue that is efficient at carrying water and enables them to grow larger than non-vascular plants. They reproduce and spr... More »

Spore-producing plants include ferns, mushrooms, liverworts, hornworts and mosses. Other plants that produce spores are rusts, smuts, earthstars, stinkhorns and horsetails. Spores are reproductive bodies that can be sexu... More »

According to the Botanical Society of America, botany is the scientific study of plants, which includes algae, fungi, lichens, mosses, ferns and flowering plants. The people who work in botany, or botanists, can choose f... More » Science Biology Botany

Examples of non-seed plants include ferns, mosses, liverworts and hornworts. While many non-seed plants do not have a vascular system, some, such as ferns, are vascular plants. All plants are believed to be descendants o... More »

Plants in the phylum Bryophyta include mosses, hornworts and liverworts. Plants in this phylum have leaves and stems, and instead of roots they have rhizoids. More » Science Biology Botany