What Are the Advantages of Vascular Tissues in Land Plants?

Answer Land plants can be divided into two main groups: bryophytes and tracheophytes. Bryophytes, which evolutionarily precede tracheophytes, are plants that lack true vascular tissues by which to circula... Read More »

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Kinds of Vascular & Non-Vascular Plants?

Based on the classification system for all living things, as first developed by Carolus Linnaeus, all plants fall into the kingdom Plantae. This kingdom is divided into 10 smaller groups, known as ... Read More »

Differences Between Vascular & Non-Vascular Plants?

The world is filled with visible vascular plants. Vascular plants produce fruit and flowers and grow to tremendous heights. They are trees, bushes, and vegetables. Nonvascular plants are small and ... Read More »

What is used in plants to help water to move through plant tissues?

As water evaporates out of the plant through transpiration, the loss of water in the leaves causes an upward pull on the water in the xylem. This pressure, combined with water's natural cohesion, d... Read More »

What is the scientific name for vascular plants?

The scientific name for vascular plants is tracheophytes. By definition, these plants have a vascular system made up of xylem, for transporting water, and phloem, which are cells that transport the... Read More »