What Are the Differences in Algae, Mosses and Ferns?

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Algae vary from single-celled organisms to large, multicellular forms such as the giant kelp, which has been known to reach nearly 200 feet in length. Algae are photosynthetic, meaning they convert carbon dioxide and sunlight into energy, much like
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moss crawls across the gound forming a carpet of moss, and ferns spring upwards like a fountain. i think moss might be a paracitial fungi but im not sure
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Some key differences between ferns and mosses: Ferns can live in
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Ferns are pteridophytes. Mosses are bryophytes. Mosses have rhizoids, simple root like structures, ferns have rhizomes or underground stems. Both ferns and mosses reproduce via spores
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