Bryophyte is a traditional name used to refer to all embryophytes (land plants) that do not have true vascular tissue and are therefore called "non-vascular plants". 
As is typical of bryophytes, mosses produce large, multicellular sex organs for reproduction. Many bryophytes are unisexual, or sexually dioicous.
Bryophyte (division Bryophyta), any green, seedless plant that is one of the mosses, hornworts, or liverworts. Bryophytes are among the simplest of the terrestrial ...
noun, Botany. 1. any of the Bryophyta, a phylum of nonvascular plants comprising the true mosses and liverworts.
Bryophytes are members of the land plants (embryophytes) that are non-vascular, meaning that they lack water- and food-conducting strands in their roots (xylem and ...
What is a bryophyte ? If you read no more than this page, you will have a very basic, but good, understanding of the nature and ecology of bryophytes.
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Characteristics of Bryophytes There are several characteristic features of bryophytes. First, the green tissue that makes up most of the plant body is not ...
"Bryophytes" is a resource devoted to Bryology, the branch of plant science concerned with the study of mosses, liverworts and hornworts. It provides information on ...