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Why phylum pterophyta is more advanced than phylum lycophyta?

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Phyla Pterophyta and Lycophyta: Ferns and ... All seedless plants belong to either the phylum Lycophyta or Pterophyta. ... it is rare for more than 100 ...
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more advanced plants ... and more conspicuous than sporophyte ... Phylum Pterophyta - the ferns, whiskferns, horsetails
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Bryophytes include mosses (phylum Bryophyta), ... More than eighteen thousand different bryophyte ... WANT MORE ON BRYOPHYTES AND OTHER PLANTS STUDIED ...
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Study sets matching "term:plantae = the photoautotroph kingdom" ... Angiosperms that produce more than one seed ... Phylum Pterophyta... 2. Phylum ...
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... (Chlorophyceae) or the more advanced pteridophytes. Cite this article ... Formerly, this phylum also included the liverworts and hornworts, ...
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There are more than 300,000 living species of plants ... (or within in the case of the more advanced plants) ... Introduction to the Lycophyta: ...
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