Why are vascular plants important?
Vascular plants are plants with a system of veins allowing the transportation of water throughout the entire plant's structure. This also allows for a complex root system to absorb water from the ground rather than the entire plant drawing in moisture from the air or damp surfaces.
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Vascular plants are important because they comprise the majority of all terrestrial plants and a large portion of aquatic plants as well. Through...
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Learn what vascular plants are. Understand through various examples how vascular plants work. See the types of vascular plants and their characteristics.