What is the difference between lower and higher plants?

Higher and lower plants differ from each other in that in the former, the body is divided into different vegetative organs, such as roots, stems, leaves, etc., while in the lower ones the whole body is formed from uniform tissues and cells. If in higher plants each vegetative organ has its own unique functions and for this reason is formed from different cells, then in lower plants all cells are the same and perform the same functions. In modern biology, the terms “higher” and “lower” plants are almost never used, since these concepts are ambiguous.

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