Tag Archives: ferns

What are the similarities between mosses and ferns?

[ad_1] What is the dominant phase in bryophytes? The haploid stage, in which a multicellular haploid gametophyte develops from a spore and produces haploid gametes, is the dominant stage in the bryophyte life cycle. The mature gametophyte produces both male and female gametes, which join to form a diploid zygote. What type of leaves do […]

Do Ferns have flower reproduction?

[ad_1] Is Moss a true plant? Mosses are non-flowering plants which produce spores and have stems and leaves, but don’t have true roots. Mosses, and their cousins liverworts and hornworts, are classified as Bryophyta (bryophytes) in the plant kingdom. Which plant is Moss? Botanically, mosses are non-vascular plants in the land plant division Bryophyta. They […]