One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A plant that is characterized by the presence of conducting tissue.
Subkingdom Tracheophyta: divisions Pteridophyta (ferns, horsetails, and club mosses) and Spermatophyta (cycads, conifers, and flowering plants)
- ‘In vascular plants, xylem conduits form the major path for water transport from roots to leaves.’
- ‘Lignin is of course essential for the life of vascular plants and is also very useful to humankind, for example in wood.’
- ‘Plants were collected with flower or fruit, with the exception of seedless vascular plants, which were collected with sporangia.’
- ‘Both seed plants and ferns are vascular plants, having conducting tissue in their steins.’
- ‘Lignin formation is an essential part of the development of xylem tissue in vascular plants.’
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