Dry areas and sandy desert
Moist areas under a forest canopy
In a body water (lake, creek)
Under a rock
Carbon dioxide spores that control the water in the fern.
Vacuoles that attract sugar into the plant
Dirt detecting spores
Lingin-hardened support tissues and water - conducting vascular tissue
They lack lingin-hardened tissue and are non vascular
Mosses do not have spores
They live high up in the trees
Mosses are a different color
Maple trees, weeds, shrubs
Ferns, pine trees, grass
Liverworts, mosses, hornworts
Ginko trees, tea leaves, pine trees
Part of the pteridiophytes group, looks like a pine tree, and vascular tissue with no seeds.
A type of brophyte with a green mossy texture, with no spores.
A part of the nonvascular group that goes through mitosis
A type of gametophyte that turns into a type of fern.
Ferns- medium and vascular spores, mosses- tall and vascular spores
Ferns- talls and vascular spores, mosses - short and non vascular
Ferns- tall and non vascular , mosses- tall and vascular
Ferns- short and vascular spores, mosses- tall and non vascular