anonymous
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Vascular plants are known to have arisen from the non-vascular plants. Which of the following features differentiates bryophytes from the vascular plants?
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Rokhya
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Vascular plants contain Xylem and Phloem, which are two different types of vascular tissue. They are easily able to transport water, nutrients, and organic compounds to vital parts of the plant. Vascular plants also contain roots. Bryophytes do not contain xylem as in vascular plants but instead they possess conductive cells called tracheids, and use those to transport water, nutrients, and organic compounds. Another key difference between bryophytes and vascular plants is the presence of a dominant gametophytic stage in bryophytes whereas in vascular plants it is the sporophyte.

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