Both are embryophytes or land plants. They share some patterns such as having an embryo, antheridia, archegonium, sporanium, stomata on the sporophyte... otherwise they are quite different.
No, these are smaller than ferns
they reproduce by spores
mosses and ferns are alike because they are grown from spores
Ferns and mosses start with asexual reproduction.HOPE THIS ANSWERS YOUR QUESTOIN.
Mosses, ferns, and liverworts have no plants.
They reproduce by shedding spores.
they are not living things!
Both mold and ferns do not produce spores and they do not produce flowers
Ferns and some liverworts etc.
Ferns, horsetails, mosses, and liverworts do not produce flowers or grow from seeds
because mosses and liverworts (non-vascular plants- plants with no leaves or stem) need specific climate, ferns can practically grow anywhere...
Ferns have a vascular system (vasc. bundles with xylem & phloem). Mosses don't have that.
ferns, liverworts, and Mosses hope that helped. (a)
The types of plants that are vascular plants are: . Horsetails . Ferns . Liverworts
Here are 4: Ferns, horsetails, mosses, and liverworts
Ferns,Mosses,Liverworts,Hornworts, and Fungi reproduce by spores
Fungi, ferns, horsetails, liverworts, hornworts, and mosses.
Ferns reproduce from spores but flowering plants reproduce from seeds.
Some nonflowering plants include ferns. They produce by spores. Mosses are another form of non-flowering plant, as are molds.
They are Mosses, Liverworts, Hornworts, Ferns, Horsetails, and Club Mosses.
Three groups of seedless vascular plants: Ferns, Mosses, Liverworts.
No; liverworts do not have leaves. The massive compound leaves in some ferns and gymnosperms are called fronds.
there is trees,flowering plants,ferns,hornworts,mosses,liverworts,horsetails,gnetae,conifers,cycads,and,gingkos
How many ferns (that is a plural!) between the trees?If there are equal numbers of ferns in between each pair of trees: Five times as many ferns as between one pair.
non vascular- mosses, liverworts, hornworts vascular- ferns, flowering plants, clubmosses, gymnosperm, and conifers
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