Why are vascular plants widely distributed? What special traits do they share that make them successful? In what ways have humans affected their success and decline?
Evolution of Plants:
Similar to other life forms, plants also evolve through a series of several years. Plants have co-evolved with the animals for ages. Several plant species even were lost along with several extinction events, still some species were able to maintain their integrity through these tough times. Plants have existed for more than 400 million years.
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- Vascular plants are widely distributed in nature due to the presence of vascular tissue that allows them to pass the fluids more efficiently than...
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Vascular plant species are theorized to have evolved from early species of algae. Learn about the evolution of vascular plants and how the plants may be descendants of algae, and discover the significance of the xylem and phloem tissues found in vascular plants.