Pteridophyte

Pteridophytes or Pteridophyta, in the broad interpretation of the term (or sensu lato), are vascular plants (plants with xylem and phloem) that reproduce and disperse via spores. Because they produce neither flowers nor seeds, they are referred to as cryptogams. The group includes ferns, horsetails, clubmosses, spikemosses and quillworts. These do...
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pteridophyte

[n] - plants having vascular tissue and reproducing by spores
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pteridophyte

<botany> Ferns. A major division of the plant kingdom, having clear alternation of generations with a dominant vascular sporophyte initially dependent upon the gametophyte which is very reduced. ... (12 Jan 1998) ...
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pteridophyte

nonflowering plant noun plants having vascular tissue and reproducing by spores
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pteridophyte

a vascular plant which reproduces by spores; the ferns and fern allies
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pteridophyte

any of the spore-bearing plants also known as vascular cryptogams. The name pteridophyte, no longer used in systematic taxonomy, is derived from ...
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pteridophyte

Plant in which the sporophyte generation is the larger phase and in which the gametophyte lives an existence independent of its parent sporophyte. Pteridophytes are almost all vascular plants, and include the lycophytes, trimerophytes, sphenophytes, and ferns.
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pteridophyte

Plant in which the sporophyte generation is the larger phase and in which the gametophyte lives an existence independent of its parent sporophyte. Pteridophytes are almost all vascular plants, and include the lycophytes, trimerophytes, sphenophytes, and ferns.
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pteridophyte

Simple type of vascular plant. The pteridophytes comprise four classes: the Psilosida, including the most primitive vascular plants, found mainly in the tropics; the Lycopsida, including the club mosses; the Sphenopsida, including the horsetails; and the Pteropsida, including the ferns. They do not produce seeds. They are mainly ter...
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