What is the role of horsetails, lymphoids and ferns in nature?

Ferns (horsetails, moss and ferns) are a large, ancient group of higher plants. Their role in nature is enormous. In ancient times, they inhabited a very large part of the land, died out and formed minerals that people are currently mining (coal). Modern ferns are used in medicine as a medicine (field horsetail), they are eaten (young leaves of many ferns). This department is now called “living fossils” and must be protected.

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