How different are pteridophytes from bryophytes, Biology

How different are pteridophytes from bryophytes regarding substance transport?

Pteridophytes are tracheophyte (vascular) plants, i.e., they have tissues specialized in conduction of water and nutrients. Bryophytes are nonvascular plants. In pteridophytes thus the substance transport is done by vessels and in bryophytes that transport happens by diffusion.

 

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