They are both vascular plants and they are living organisms.
they are both vascular plants and both living organisms
Ferns and conifers are alike in many ways, such as they release spores in reproduction. But they are unlike in the following ways: * Ferns are ground plants, while conifers are trees * They are sometimes found in different environments - ferns can survive in different environments than conifers can * Conifersophyta the correct name means pine these include moat pine tree - the ones you use at chrismas
conifers produce seeds from narrow needles, ferns do not
how do the spores of conifers differ from those of mosses and ferns
Ferns do not flower and are propagated by spores. Conifers are propagated by seeds.
Ferns reproduce by spores. Conifers reproduce by seeds. The way they reproduce mainly determines their group. Differences also exist in the root and stem structure. Neither ferns nor conifers have true leaves. Ferns jave fronds and most conifers have needles.
conifers are flowering plants
They both are vascular plants and they both have tubes that carry the water and nutrients long distances through the plant. They do have significant difference, however. Conifers can be tall wooden tress. Ferns are smaller brush type of plant growths.
Horsetails produce seeds while mosses, ferns, and conifers produce spores.
Most of the middle Himalayan hills are dominated by narrow leaf conifers, mosses and ferns.
Connifers reproduce by seeds. Ferns reproduce by spores
mossesfernsconifers (correct answer)they would all be equally alike
I think they're conifers
Ferns are not gymnosperms. Gymnosperms are divided into 4 groups,cycads,ginkgoes,gnetophytes,and conifers.
conifers ang ferns
it has ferns, ginkgo trees,cycads and conifers.
Here are a list of prehistoric plant groups that lived during the Mesozoic: TRIASSIC Cycadeoids Cycads Ferns Tree ferns Conifers JURASSIC Cycadeoids Cycads Ferns Tree Ferns Conifers Gingkoes CRETACEOUS Cycadeoids (died out somewhat before the end of the Cretaceous) Cycads Ferns Tree Ferns Conifers Gingko Palm Trees Grasses (at the edge of water) Magnolids (a group of trees whose surviving members include magnolias, laurels, and avocado trees)
Ferns, Mosses, Flowering Plants, and Conifers :)
Conifers, ferns, mushrooms, algae, kelp, and seaweed do not have a flower.
The feature between conifers and ferns are that they both are vascular plants the grown in a humid temperate environment. They differ in that a conifer is a seed producing plant and the fern more primitive reproduces with spores.
Flowering plants, conifers, ferns, mosses, and green algae.
mosses and ferns are alike because they are grown from spores
Conifers, Ferns and Flowering plants are found in English Forest.
Ginko trees, ferns, cycads, conifers, and during the Cretaceous, flowering plants.