Fern is seedless plant. It bears the spores. It is less evolved plant.
A fern is a seedless vascular plant. OR NAH
bacause it has no seeds
a fern is a type of a tree plant
No; it is a good example of a plant - a vascular seedless plant.A fern is any one of a group of about 20,000 species of plants
The fern is an example of a seedless vascular plant. Two other types of seedless vascular plants are lycophytes and pterophytes.
Ferns do not produce seeds. They reproduce through spores.
No they are seed plants!
Many fruit trees are grafted into other trees with seedless varieties.
seedless plant do not live longer. People are starting to like seedless plants.
A pterophyte is a seedless vascular plant, as opposed to a bryophyte, or moss. A common example of a pterophyte would be a fern.
Yes, all ferns are seedless vascular plants and do not have flowers.
Seedless plants are called fern
It is a seedless Plant
"Seedless oranges" actually aren't always completely seedless. Some of them have seeds, so you would plant those and then get your "seedless" orange tree.
The fern is less similar to the hibiscus.
a fern is vascular
No bean is not seedless plant
How do you plant a seedless grape
Tree Ferns are Pterophyta, that is a vascular seedless plant. Palm trees are Angiosperms, that is a flowering plant.
The fern looks like a plant when the pine tree looks like a normal tree? (I don't weather its correct)
seedless non-vascular plant
a cone is a seedless plant.
All ferns are vascular seedless plants, so no flowers.
yes No, the silver fern can not be a tree fern. Cythea and Alsophila are tree ferns