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The Bryophytes are nonvascular plants without xylem and phloem. These Nonvascular plants specialize in absorbing moisture by efficiently moving water over their surfaces through capillary action. In many of the bryophytes, there is an additional internal conducting tissue that allows for efficient water and food conduction.This conducting tissue consists of two cell types-water conducting hydroids and food conducting leptoids..
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