Clover, ferns and willow trees are just a few examples of vascular plants. Vascular plants, also known as "tracheophytes" or higher plants, utilize lignified tissues that transport water and nutrients internally througho... More »

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Vascular plants can be classified into two major types: gymnosperms or angiosperms. Gymnosperms are types of plants that reproduce by creating cones that contain their seeds. Angiosperms are types of vascular plants that... More »

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 »

Four examples of plant life are mosses, ferns, conifers and flowering plants. The main differences are in how they reproduce. The oldest forms of plants require water to germinate, while the newer ones can reproduce on d... 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 »

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Prehistoric plants include mosses, horsetails and ferns from the Paleozoic era and bald cypress, ginkgos, cycads, magnolias and palms from the Mesozoic era. Horsetails and ferns are considered to be the first land plants... 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 »