Bryophytes have conducting tissue. (True or False)

False

Explanation

Bryophytes do not have to conduct tissues. They are non-vascular terrestrial plants of moist habitats in which a multicellular diploid sporophyte lives as a parasite on an independent multicellular haploid gametophyte.

  • Plants occur in damp and shaded areas
  • The plant body is thallus like, i.e. prostrate or erect
  • It is attached to the substratum by rhizoids, which are unicellular or multicellular
  • They lack true vegetative structure and have a root-like, stem-like and leaf-like structure
  • Plants lack the vascular system (xylem, phloem)

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