Why Are Nonvascular Plants Usually Very Short
Q: Why are nonvascular plants usually very short?
Why are nonvascular plants usually very short?
Nonvascular plants do often have a “leafy” appearance, though, and they can have stem-like and root-like structures. These plants are very short because they cannot move nutrients and water up a stem.
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