The correct option is D Bryophytes
Bryophytes have root-like, stem-like and leaf-like structures and are haploid in nature. The root-like structures are called rhizoids. These rhizoids mostly help in the anchoring of the plant. This simple body which is not well differentiated is called the thallus.
Bryophytes are the "amphibians of the plant kingdom" as they live in soil but need water for reproduction.
Pteridophytes, gymnosperms and angiosperms show the presence of roots, stems and leaves.