How are Pteridophyta different from the phanerogams?

The main difference between pteridophytes and phanerogams is that pteridophytes are seedless and flowerless vascular plants, while phanerogams are seed and flower-bearing vascular plants. More differences are listed below

Pteridophyte Phanerogams
They have inconspicuous or less differentiated reproductive organs. They have well-developed reproductive organs.
They produce naked embryos called spores. They produce seeds.
Ferns, Marsilea, Equisetum, etc., are examples of pteridophyte. Pinus, Cycas, fir, etc., are examples of phanerogams.

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