How are algae and higher spore plants similar? How do they differ?

Algae are inferior plants. Lower and higher plants are similar in that they are photoautotrophs, consist of cells, cells have a cell wall made of cellulose, contain chlorophyll, have a nutrient starch, are not capable of active movement, alternation of two phases in the life cycle.
There are certain differences between lower and higher plants, and the main ones are: lower plants, as a rule, have neither roots nor leaves, lower plants reproduce mainly only by spores, lower plants do not have tissues, unlike higher plants, lower plants do not have vegetative organs.

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