The Pteridophytes comprise of the lower vascular plants (Trachaeophyta) which show distinctly vascular, independent sporophytic plants arising from embryos (Embryophyta or Cormophyta) which are not enclosed within any ‘seed’ structure. These alternate with independent gametophytes which are almost bryophytic in appearance and bear antheridia and archegonia (Archegoniatae). These lower vascular plants are called the Pteridophytes […]
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