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Ferns are plants that have stems, leaves, and roots like other vascular plants, but they do not produce flowers and seeds. Ferns reproduce by means of spores. Before the emergence of flowering plants, ferns dominated the land for millions of years. Nowadays, they are mostly valued for their attractive foliage.
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typically where there is alot of water, like the rain forest dont no
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Ferns are a family of plants that do not flower and reproduce by spores. Fern is also a name and nickname.
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No, ferns DO NOT produce seeds.
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"Fern" is a generic term used to describe a group of plants with common physical and biological features.Ferns are seedless, vascular plants that have roots, stems and fronds. They repoduce by spores and do not produce flowers like angiosperms. HOWEVER, most "ferns" belong to the plant Division: Pte…
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Ferns I trim mine by cutting the longer ones I don't want out. I do this by following the frond down to the base and cutting it there. I don't pull it out so new ones come up from the base. Messy so do somewhere that doesn't matter.
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Answer Please see related link below. Yes
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it belongs to phylum filicinophyta
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They are both vascular plants and they are living organisms.
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They both produce don't produce flowers. They are both very old.
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The correct term for a fern 'leaf' is a frond although "leaf" is perfectly acceptable.
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The vascular tissue system is one of three tissue systems that make up a plant, the other two tissue systems or ground and dermal, with dermal tissue being the outer layer and the ground tissue making up most of the inside of a plant. Vascular tissue is surrounded by ground tissue, but vascular tis…
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Most animals avoid ferns because the mature fronds are poisonous. Humans and most farm animals like cattle, horses, pigs, etc. will get sick if they eat mature fern fronds. White-tailed deer, rabbits, and European wood mice are a few animals that can eat ferns. They usually eat the soft new shoots (…
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Yes, ferns are vascular plants.
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Answer Vascular means that the plant a system that carries nutrients and liquids throughout its body, very much like the way a human's arteries and veins carry oxygen and nutrients to our cells. Ferns are some of the earliest and simplest vascular plants.
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No, a fern is a plant. Animals with internal skeletons (bones) are vertebrates.
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In what part of what? Country? Continent? Forest? Ecosystem? Please be more specific so the question can be answered properly.
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It has long legs, thin body, pair of long antennae and two compaud eyes.
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Mother ferns, Asplenium viviparum, and A. bulbiferum, are two species of fern where small clones grow directly from the fronds of the parent. When the clones are large enough, they fall off the parent, and take root in the substrate below. Many plants have evolved the ability to produce clones of th…
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Ferns are seedless vascular plants.
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This article is about the group of pteridophyte plants. For other uses, see Fern (disambiguation). Ferns (Pteridophyta) Temporal range: Mid Devonian[1]-Recent PreЄ Є O D C T J K Pg Athyrium filix-femina unrolling young frond Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Di…
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Yes, all plants are autotrophs.
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There are multiple ferns that are rare in the world. It is unknown which is the rarest. Some of these rare ferns include the pumice moonwort, the ribbon fern, and the pumice grape fern.
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Grasshoppers eat ferns.Smaller rodents eat ferns.Bigger animals such as deer eat ferns.Toads or frogs eat ferns. I am not familiar with all the different varieties and types of fern but my "Russian Tortoise's found a certain species that my wife had growing in her flowerbed very appetizing.
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Mosses do not have a vascular system, and ferns do
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Spores can be dispersed in a multitude of ways. Spores can be dispersed through animal interaction, through nature, and through special mechansims which the plant or fungi are able to give the spore off .
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The structure of a fern is very complex. It consists of many roots.
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They are very similar in many ways (both show rhizomatous growth) Their main differences is that horsetails have highly reduced leaves (whereas ferns have large, well-developed fronds); horsetails show a unique type of growth where the stems are jointed; and ferns carry their spores on the back of …
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They reproduce by spores.
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Ferns spread by spores through the air and others by a rhizome underground. Some have a central rhizome and spread slowly. Other ferns have a creeping rhizome and spread quickly.
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in the southern part of the United States.
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ANSWER: The full name gives it away. Its called the Hart's tongue fern. See the related link for more information.
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to hold on to the pollenFerns provide shelter for many animals they also provide food. They help prevent erosion, and have medicinal proposes. Humans can eat certain ferns and even use some to build. Fossilized ferns are used as coal now. I don't know if they hold onto pollen but i suppose they coul…
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Well At The Very End Of Your Dudley's Yard There A Giant Leafy Bushy Thing And You Click On It And It Says Steal Fern.
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It is probably a yellow striped army worm, but the colors may vary. I found green, brown-gray, brown, and black. the way they eat the ferns is they attach themselves onto the stem and suck. I've collected over 20, but they died soon after. Just simply pull the caterpillars off, but don't squeeze it …
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rabbits and roaches and also sex
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Algaes are of many types and varies in colour and sizes whereas Ferns are of not many types and does not varies in sizes and colour
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Pteridophyte
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it represents love
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Nope. The reproductive mechanism of a fern releases spores instead of seeds, unlike most vascular plants.
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ferns make spores instead of seeds
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A fern has three main parts of the body that are the fronds, rhizome, and the sporangia. On the fronds, the flat, green leaf blades are lamina and between the lamina and rhizome is the part of the stalk called the stipe.
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An arctic fern is an omnivore that hunts his food which makes him a consumer.
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ferns do have vascular tissue
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You just don't because you can't
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ferns use spore to reproduce
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There are many different types of ferns, some of them tropical and some which will grow outside in the US. A few examples are the Christmas fern, Polystichum acrostichordes; the cinnamon fern, Osmunda cinnamomea; the autumn fern, Dryopteris erythrosora.
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As if it wasn't obvious it's qrfvasd!!!!!!!!1
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ferns dont digest food, they obatin energy from light (i.e. the sun) which they turn into energy in order to survive.
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field horsetails=Equisetum arvense / princess pine=Lycopodium obscurumlace frond grapefern=Botrychium dissectumrattlesnake fern=Botrychium virginianumroyal fern=Osmunda regalis / cinnamon fern=Osmunda cinnamomeasensitive fern=Onoclea sensibilis / lady fern=Athyrium filix-feminabracken fern=Pteridium…
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It means that sometimes things are really special because where the red fern grew, the spot was sacred.
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"Fern" is a generic term used to describe a group of plants with common physical and biological features. Most "ferns" belong to the plant Division: Pteridophyta.
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No, a fern is a smaller plant with broad leaves. A herbivore may eat a fern though.
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It does not eat anything,it makes their own food
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The sporophyte generation is dominant in ferns.
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Prothallus
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They have spores. These are not an exact counterpart to seeds however, they are produced asexually (require no fertilization) as ferns have a 2 stage reproductive cycle.
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Yes, ferns are producers .They can produce their own foods it is called as producer.
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A true fern plant is not considered toxic and is safe if a cat eats it. Some ferns such as the asparagus fern and other plants like the winter fern and fern palm are toxic.
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Ferns are eaten by deer.
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Yes it does
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The book 'Where The Red Fern Grows' is about a boy who lives in the Ozark mountain country of Oklahoma. He wants hounds very bad, and saves money to buy them. The rest of the book is about the adventuers they get into together.
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they eat their own food
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The four basics characteristics of ferns are that they have true leaves, robust growth, they live in harsh conditions, and their spores are produced on the underside of the leaves. For more information on ferns and other vascular plants, visit http://www.hippocampus.org/HippoCampus/Biology?loadLeftC…
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A fern is a group many species all of which belong to the plant division Pteridophyta; different ferns have their own botanical names.
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Ferns are not decomposers. They are producers.
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Ferns survive in the rainforest by not flowering which reduces the energy that is usually used.
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It has something to do with growing,
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"Frond" is the name for the "leaf" of the fern. A frond is a actually long stem with many leaves growing outward from the middle. They can be directly opposite to one another, or staggered along the stem. Ferns grow from underground structures called rhyzomes.
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Yes; some varieties are edible. The ostrich fern--or fiddlehead, as it is commonly called--is quite delicious. The name, fiddlehead, comes from the distinctive look of the tender green shoots when they emerge from the ground in late spring. This fern is best picked when the coiled leaves are about …
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well-camouflaged caterpillar xx
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because it is a silver fern
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Well there are many problems in the book,Billy wanted two hounds but his family couldn't get them (but he saved up his money for 2 years to but them) Billy got challenged by Rubin and Rainie Pritchard challenge him to catch a raccoon but in the process Rubin gets killed,but i think the biggest crisi…
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they are seedless vascular plants
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Fern is 49 years old
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No, the ferns belong to Division Pterophyta and comprise the only large group of living vascular plants that do not produce seeds.
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Pteridology - study ferns and its relatives
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Tropical Rainforest
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Yes, it is how they reproduce.
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a conifer grows pine cone and reproduces by seeds ferns reproduce by spores but there both vascular
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Pollen grains are produced in vascular plants
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The fronds of the fern are its leaves. Spores are found on the underside of the leaves. Instead of having flowers and seeds, ferns reproduce by means of the spores on its fronds.
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The largest type of fern is:Platycerium Andinum also known as Crown of the Angels.
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The book "Where the Red Fern Grows" is about a boy named Billy who saves up his money to buy two hunting hounds. When he gets enough money he goes to town on foot to buy them, a girl and a boy. On the way back he sleeps in a cave as a mountain lion screeches as it get closer. Billy rebuilds the fire…
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Ferns are classified as plants, and all plants belong to the taxonomic domain of Eukarya. Eukarya covers all organisms in the Kingdom Plantae, as well as the Kingdoms Animalia, Fungi and Protista.
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The giant Keller alhumpus
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Connifers reproduce by seeds. Ferns reproduce by spores
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It Produces spores.
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By spores.
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Plantae
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A staghorn fern doesn't get eaten by anything.
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