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Definition of bryophyte

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Definition as written by Terry:

Any primitive plant in the division Bryophyta, including liverworts, mosses, and hornworts

Definition as written by Monocromatico:

Aerial plants without defined vascular tissues. They gametophytes are the dominant form of their life cycle, while the sporophytes are dependant, stalk-like, often without chlorophile, with a capsular sporangium on the top (in oposition with other terrestrial plants, like Angiosperms, where the sporophyte are the dominant forms over the gametophytes)


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