Do Ferns have roots or Rhizoids?

Do Ferns have roots or Rhizoids?

Instead of any true roots, they have a rhizome with root-like rhizoids which are used to absorb water and nutrients. The whisk ferns also have large, round nodules that grow from very short branches and bear the spores of the fern.

Do Ferns have fruits?

Ferns belong to a group of plants called Tracheophytes. … Like conifers, ferns do not produce fruit or flowers. Instead, the undersides of the leaves on a fern contain multiple structures called sporangia.

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