What parts do non-vascular plants have?

Answer Non-vascular plants have been on planet Earth longer than their vascular cousins. Since they have no internal means to transport water within their structures yet still depend heavily on moisture ... Read More »

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Parts of Plant Anatomy: Vascular Plants?

Vascular plants, also known as tracheophytes, use specialized tissues to transport water and nutrients from their leaves to their roots. Vascular plants include ferns, flowering plants and gymnospe... 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 »

Do all plants have vascular tissue?

Not all plants have vascular tissues. The vascular system allows water and nutrients to flow into most plants through a complex inner structure of tubes and cells. In nonvascular plants, including ... Read More »

Do vascular plants have roots?

Nearly all vascular plants have roots, the principal conduits for absorbing water and nutrients like mineral salts and sugar. Vascular plants have a system of tissues that distribute water and nutr... Read More »