How do bryophytes differ from ferns?

Mossy plants have many differences from ferns, among which the following should be noted:

1. Mossy plants have only one conducting channel, while ferns have many such channels;
2. Bryophytes do not have true roots, stems and branches, while ferns have these vegetative organs.
3. In ferns, the main stage of life is the sporophyte (asexual plant that produces spores), while in bryophytes, on the contrary, the dominant stage of life is the gametophyte.

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