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Plants which do not have roots, stems and leaves are known as ...........

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Plants that do not have roots, stems, and leaves are called thalloid or foliose plants. They either show the presence of leaf-like structures, root-like structures called rhizoids, and a stem-like structure called axis (for example mosses) or they do not show any differentiation and the body is thalloid (for example algae and liverworts).

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