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photosynthesis is the process plants use to convert energy from the sun into usable energy for their cells. plants use the light energy of the sun, carbon dioxide, and water to make glucose (a sugar), and oxygen provide the energy needed for the next energy transformation.
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the correct answer is -they both live in moist environments and use spores to reproduce.
the seedless vascular plants are pteridophytes such as ferns and nonsecular plants can be bryophytes such as moss. both bryophytes and pteridophytes love to grow in moist environments. sporophyte of both of these plants develop sporangia which produces spores after meiosis. spores germinate to form gametophyte.