The difference between ferns and mosses

Mosses from a sprouted spore develop a pregrowth. Alternation of generations is in both mosses and ferns. Asexual reproduction occurs through spores in both mosses and ferns. Both mosses and ferns need water for fertilization.

1) Most mosses are leafy plants that do not have roots, ferns have roots.
2) Mosses have simple leaves, ferns are simple and complex.
3) In the life cycle of mosses, the haploid gametophyte prevails, in the life cycle of ferns, the diploid sporophyte prevails.

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