We call productive cells of gas.
Mosses and Ferns both reproduce using spores instead of seeds or flowers. Mosses and Ferns are both plants. Mosses and Ferns are both made up of cells. Mosses and Ferns both photosynthesize.
Ferns, Club Mosses, and Horse Tails reproduce through spores. Spores are reproductive cells that are capable of reproducing without fusion with another cell.
I believe mosses and ferns release spores that become other mosses and ferns later on.
ferns and club mosses ferns and club mosses
mosses and ferns get water by absorbing the moistness
ferns grow taller than mosses because ferns are vascular plants and mosses aren't
Ferns are pointy and mosses are soft.
Mosses are non-vascular plants whereas ferns are vascular. In ferns Sporophyte is dominant but in mosses gametophyte is dominant generation. Ferns have definite roots but in mosses leaves and roots are mostly false.
Mosses do not have a vascular system, and ferns do
how do the spores of conifers differ from those of mosses and ferns
mosses use rhizoids and ferns use their roots to get water
mosses and ferns are alike because they are grown from spores
No, ferns and mosses do not have seeds. They are kind of like grass and grass does not have seeds.
Ferns are seedless vascular plants while mosses are just seedless.
The reproduction in ferns differs from that in mosses in that it is purely asexual. As for mosses, they reproduce both sexually and asexually.
Ferns are more manly and are not pussies like that mosses guy
Mosses and ferns. Mosses and ferns do not produce seeds they produce spores.
the example of mosses is funaria,polytrichum the example of ferns is adiantum,pteries,dryopteris
Ferns being vascular plants grow taller than mosses
I need two examples of ferns
No, these are smaller than ferns
Horsetails produce seeds while mosses, ferns, and conifers produce spores.
Ferne and mosses make spores.
Angiosperms have flowers, fruits and seeds. However ferns, horsetails, and club mosses do not have either of these.
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