Plants without leaves: lichens, fungi, mosses, liverworts, slime-molds, algae, horsetails
Describes and discusses the geographic distribution, means of reproduction and survival, and the uses of all the varieties of leafless plants such as algae, fungi, mosses, and slime-molds.
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Meet the Leafless Plants
The First Plants
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