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Q: How is height an advantage for some vascular plants?
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Would you expect a tall desert plant to be a vascular plant why?

Due to scarcity of water only vascular plants can get some height in deserts.


How does the absence of vascular tissue in nonvascular plants affect their structure and appearance?

Non-vascular plants are generally thalloid, these plants seldom attain height and not able to remain erect without some support


What are some examples of protists?

it is vascular plants and nonn vascular plants


What are some types of vascular plants?

Some types of vascular plants are ferns, conifers, clubmmosses and gyrosperms.


What are some vascular and non vascular plants?

Vascular: Trees; Oak, Magnolia, etc. Non Vascular: Plants; Marigolds, Lilies, etc.


What are some non vascular plants?

Plants belonging to Algae, fungi and bryophyta groups are non-vascular plants. Since these plants do not have vascular system in the form of xylem and phloem. Plants of Pteridophyta, Gymnosperms and Angiosperms groups are vascular in nature.


What are some plants that don't have seeds?

Pteridophytic plants among vascular and all other non-vascular plants do not have seeds.


What are some characteristics of non-vascular plants?

That non-vascular plants have to live in a moist environment.


Are viruses vascular or non-vascular?

Vascular and non-vascular terminology only applies to plants. Vascular tissue is the water carrying xylem and the sugar transporting phloem, which some plants do not use as they are water plants, or semi-water plants. A virus contains genetic material surrounded by a protein capsid, generally. Some contain reverse transcriptase enzymes, but none could be termed vascular, or non-vascular.


What are some ex of vascular plants?

Flowers, weeds, any vascular plant.


Do vascular plants live in dry places?

Vascular plants require moisture. To some extent, they can. I would guess the safest answer is 'no'.


Do vascular plants have seeds?

Not all vascular plants have seeds. Some plants (like club mosses) are vascular and produce spores. For example the phylum Lycophyta are club mosses and quill-worts. these plants produce spores but still have vascular roots, stems, and one vascular vein in each leaf.


What are some examples of non vascular plants?

Plants, Marigolds , Lilies


Why are some vascular plants able to grow taller than nonvascular plants?

i think vascular plants are unable to perform cell to cell transpot


The vascular tissue through witch food moves in some plants?

The vascular tissue through witch food moves in some plants is called phloem.


Are some land plants supported by vascular tissue?

Yes, there are some plants that are independent plants and others aren't.


Do nonvascular plants come from seeds or spores?

Non-vascular plants reproduce from spores. Non-vascular plants are mosses, liverworts, and hornworts. Some non-vascular plants have male plants and female plants. Others are able to have both sex organs on the same plant.


Are shamrocks vascular or non vascular?

Shamrocks are vascular plants. All plants are vascular besides algae, and some types of mosses. Any plant that has tissue that conducts water and nutrients from one part of a plant to another is a vascular plant.


Does a lily have vascular tissue?

of course, all plants do. its like a person without veins --- no all plants are not vascular! here are some examples of non vascular plants ex1) mosses ex2)hornworts ex3)liverworts ex4)Algae Here are some that are vascular ex1)fern ex2)roses


What is a a non-vascular plant?

Some non-vascular plants include mosses and algae.


What are names of some vascular plants?

pine tree


Types of non vascular plants?

There are a wide variety of non-vascular plants. Some of these include moss, liverworts, hornworts, as well as algae.


Is food a vascular plant?

Vascular plants are plants that contain vascular tissue such as xylem and phloem. The xylem transports water and minerals from the roots to the rest of the plant and the phloem transports food and nutrients such as sugar and amino acids. Some vascular plants are a part of your diet!


Do nonvascular plants and seedless vascular plants have tiny plants?

Your question is hard to understand. Are you asking if non vascular and seedless plants are small, relative to vascular plants? A good part of the time, the answer is yes. In non vascular plants, there is little else but capillary action and osmotic pressure to distribute water to the plants body parts, so the plant itself must remain small to ensure all of it receives enough water. Most seedless vascular plants are also small compared to plants such as the larger trees, however some ferns can grow to be quite large. Some ferns are larger than many other vascular plants, and some extinct ferns grew to be massive.


Are plants vascular or non-vascular?

Both.Some plants have vascular systems, while others do not. Most plants that we commonly think of, like trees, flowers, and bushes, are vascular. Some simpler plants, like moss and ferns, are nonvascular.In plants, a vascular system is analogous to the heart, veins and arteries of an animal (which is why it's called a cardiovascular system). It is a system of "tubes" that transports water and nutrients throughout the plant. Mosses don't need vascular systems because they are not very tall, so the water doesn't have to reach very far.