How do animals use nonvascular plants?
Animals use nonvascular plants for one main purpose. This purpose is food. Many herbivores feed on moss and ferns, which are non vascular plants.
The terms vascular and nonvascular refer to plants and not animals.
Yes. Animals eat many non vascular plants, but more vascular plants.
Sponges are not plants but animals .
No they use salks
Nonvascular plants have stems
Nonvascular plants are sometimes referred to as lower plants because they were the first to evolve. Vascular plants evolved from nonvascular plants.
three phyla of nonvascular plants are called
No, nonvascular plants do not produce seeds or flowers.
Nonvascular spore-producing plants are important because , seedless nonvascular plants help build new soil, and can be used as a source of food.
vascular, nonvascular and adaptation
Liverworts, hornworts, and mosses are phylums of nonvascular plants.
nonvascular plants live in damp places and bare rocks
Because nonvascular plants do not have true leaves
Nonvascular plants do not have seeds. They reproduce sexually and asexually and are the simplest type of plants on land.
vascular plants have tubes to transport food and water and nonvascular does not
so that they can store water
Vascular plants have tubelike structures that carry water and other substance and nonvascular plants don't
Nonvascular plants dont have xylem and phloem, whereas seed plants have vascular bundles
vascular plants have tubes and nonvascular don't
why can most vascular plants grow much more taller then nonvascular plants
the life functions of nonvascular plants require a close association with water.
Yes the cell walls of nonvascular plants do support their bodies
No, these are nonflowering plants
Carnations are vascular plants. Such plants will use the xylem to transport and distribute water from the roots to the entire plant.
plants are vascular
anyone know!? the choices are nonvascular plants...seedles vascular plants.....vascular seed plants without flowers....vascular seed plants with flowers.
Nonvascular plants are low growing, and do not have roots for absorbing water from the ground. ___ Vascular plants are better suited to live in dry areas.
no. nonvascular plants are thing such are liverworts, hornworts, and mosses.
Nonvascular plants lack lignin-impregnated conducting cells. They also lack an extensive transport system.
Nonvascular plants do not have a system of tubes to move water and minerals throughout it. these plants are usually plants completely submerged in water.
Plants and animals use plants and animals as food to make more plants and animals.
Plants that lack tubes for carrying food and water are nonvascular plants. Nonvascular plants lack a vascular system. They have no vascular tissue.
Vascular and nonvascular plants are known as the two types of plants. They are different in that vascular plants have vascular tissue and non vascular plants do not.
Nonvascular and seedless vascular plants (ferns) are escalating examples of complexity. These represent the very beginnings of fossilized plant history.
Vascular plants reproduce by using seeds. For example, gymnosperms and angiosperms. Nonvascular plants reproduce by using spores or other methods.
Pitcher plants are vascular plants.
The earth is 3/4 water and nonvascular plants can take, and have taken advantage of this watery niche.
Anthophyta is a division that does not include nonvascular plants. Non-vascular plants are divided into two distantly connected groups, which are bryophytes and algae.
well nonvascular plants don't have tubes such as vascular plants do. Water must soak into plants and pass slowly from cell to cell.
Nonvascular plants and seedless vascular plants are both land plants that evolved from green algae. Both types also rely on water to be able to reproduce.
There are many species of nonvascular plants. Some are referred to as bryophytes.
Yes they are relatively small plants.
both are plants that reproduse