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Green algae reproduce vegetatively, by fragmentation and by cell division; asexually, by means of spores and zoospores that develop directly into new plants; and sexually, by the fusion of pairs of sex cells (gametes). Has a bright green colour Bryophytes are similar to higher plants in that the fertilized egg develops into an embryo, (the sexual plant). Bryophyte embryos, however, develop into sporophytes (asexual plants).The embryo from the sexual plant matures into a small asexual plant that remains attached to and dependent on the sexual plant. Bryophyte can be green, black or almost colourless. maybe you can bring out the differences from this...
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