what is the difference between thallophyta,bryophyta and pteridophyta??? pls make it simple
|These do not have well differentiated body structure||DIfferentiated into simple leaves and stems but body is a thallus||Sporophyte has true roots stems and leaves|
|No vascular tissue||No vascular tissue||Vascular tissue present|
|Gametophyte generation dominant||Sporophyte generation dominant|
|Can be unicellular or multicellular||They are multicellular||They are multicellular|
|They comprise fungi, algae, lichens||They are simplest land plants||They are also plants|
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THALLOPHYTA:Plants have well differentiated body design.Plants in this group are commonly called algae.These plants are predominantly aquatic.Algae are green thallophytes that contain chlorophyll.
BRYOPHYTA:These are the first plants to live on both land & and H2O.the plant body is differentiated.xylem & phloem are absent.
PTERIDOPHYTA:They are the first land plants having vascular tissues.body is differentiated.they have xylem & phloem.