What is the complexity of ferns compared to mosses?

1) ferns have roots;
2) in ferns, unlike mosses, a developed conductive tissue is formed;
3) in the cycle of development of ferns, the asexual generation (sporophyte) prevails over the sexual (gametophyte), which is represented by a seedling.

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