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Seedless Plants
Seedless plants, also known as cryptogamia, have vascular systems that allow them to transport nutrients and water, but do not reproduce by seeds. Ferns are virtually leaf and root-free. Itís stems are branched off form lower stems. Horsetails are basically stems. They have rhizomes, which distribute adventitious roots. Each node of their leaves have non-photosynthetic scales. Their cell walls are made of silica, which means they are textured.