8.2 Mosses, Hornworts, and Liverworts 8.3 Ferns and their Relatives

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Nonvascular Plants . All nonvascular plants are low-developing plants that need vascular tissue. Vascular tissue is an arrangement of tube like structures that vehicle water and different materials. . . Nonvascular Plants . These plants can't become wide or tall; nonvascular plants are little and develop low to the ground. .

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´╗┐Basic Plants 8.2 Mosses, Hornworts, and Liverworts 8.3 Ferns and their Relatives

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Nonvascular Plants All nonvascular plants are low-developing plants that need vascular tissue. Vascular tissue is an arrangement of tube like structures that vehicle water and different materials.

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Nonvascular Plants These plants can't become wide or tall; nonvascular plants are little and develop low to the ground. Greenery Gametophyte Moss Sporophyte

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Nonvascular Plants need roots, must get water and minerals specifically from environment live where water is ample even nonvascular plants that live in drier zones require enough water for proliferation.

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Mosses most assorted gathering of nonvascular plants Have structures that LOOK like leaves and stems (however they aren't!)

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Mosses Don't have roots, yet thin root-like structures called rhizoids stay the greenery and retain water and supplements from the dirt.

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Liverworts and Hornworts Liverworts are named for the state of the plant's body, which looks to some degree like a human liver.

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Liverworts and Hornworts discovered developing on soggy shakes or soil at the edges of a stream. Most develop level along the ground

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Liverworts and Hornworts The hornlike sporophytes give these plants their names. live in wet soil, regularly blended in with grass plants.

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Characteristics of Seedless Vascular Plants Ferns and their relatives have vascular tissue and utilize spores to repeat. Vascular plants are more qualified to life ashore than are nonvascular plants.

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Characteristics of Seedless Vascular Plants Vascular tissue transports water and nourishment rapidly and proficiently all through the plant's body. fortifies the plant's body

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Characteristics of Seedless Vascular Plants Ferns, club greeneries, horsetails still need to develop in clammy surroundings since they utilize spores for generation.

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Ferns have genuine stems, roots, and clears out. Roots are structures that stay the greenery to the ground and ingest water and supplements from the dirt.

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Ferns The greenery's leaves are called fronds. creating leaves are snaked at first and they take after the highest point of a violin, so they are regularly called fiddleheads.

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Ferns On the underside of develop fronds, spores create in little spore cases called sori.

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Club Mosses and Horsetails Club greeneries and horsetails have genuine leaves, stems, and roots. couple of species survive today

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Club Mosses and Horsetails The stems of horsetails are jointed. Long, coarse, needlelike branches develop around each joint.

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