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Bryophyta sensu stricto or Musci. "Moss" plants generally refer to this group. These are non-vascular and spore-forming plants. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2233178145 Show Image Detail
Bryophyta sensu stricto or Musci. "Moss" plants generally refer to this group. These are non-vascular and spore-forming plants. Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Plant tissue Structure, section (tissue) of stem plant tissue under a light microscope. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2207829121 Show Image Detail
Plant tissue Structure, section (tissue) of stem plant tissue under a light microscope. Royalty-Free Stock Photo
A kind of non-vascular plants in the branch of a tree in the forest Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2102109676 Show Image Detail
A kind of non-vascular plants in the branch of a tree in the forest Royalty-Free Stock Photo
natural frame from moss botanically Mosses are mosses or non-vascular plants Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2053364258 Show Image Detail
natural frame from moss botanically Mosses are mosses or non-vascular plants Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Zea mays (corn) root cross section. Monocot root histology Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2403733671 Show Image Detail
Zea mays (corn) root cross section. Monocot root histology Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Close up view of Spinulum or Lycopodium annotinum, known as interrupted or stiff clubmoss,  growing on the wet forest ground, is used in pharmacy, herbal medicine, dyeing industry, as a decoration. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2061084239 Show Image Detail
Close up view of Spinulum or Lycopodium annotinum, known as interrupted or stiff clubmoss, growing on the wet forest ground, is used in pharmacy, herbal medicine, dyeing industry, as a decoration. Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Grape cactus or Sedum morganianum is a type of plant which in Indonesia is also called donkey tail. In England, this plant is known as Burro's tail and donkey tail. Grape cactus is a vascular plant an Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2437788993 Show Image Detail
Grape cactus or Sedum morganianum is a type of plant which in Indonesia is also called donkey tail. In England, this plant is known as Burro's tail and donkey tail. Grape cactus is a vascular plant an Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Selaginella, also called spikemoss or lesser clubmoss, is a genus of vascular plants that are the sole members of the family Selaginellaceae Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2462142075 Show Image Detail
Selaginella, also called spikemoss or lesser clubmoss, is a genus of vascular plants that are the sole members of the family Selaginellaceae Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Grape cactus or Sedum morganianum is a type of plant which in Indonesia is also called donkey tail. In England, this plant is known as Burro's tail and donkey tail. Grape cactus is a vascular plant an Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2437790197 Show Image Detail
Grape cactus or Sedum morganianum is a type of plant which in Indonesia is also called donkey tail. In England, this plant is known as Burro's tail and donkey tail. Grape cactus is a vascular plant an Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Botanically, mosses are non-vascular plants in the land plant division Bryophyta. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2435462159 Show Image Detail
Botanically, mosses are non-vascular plants in the land plant division Bryophyta. Royalty-Free Stock Photo
The image is a close-up of a plant, showcasing its green leaves. It is an outdoor terrestrial plant, likely a grass or tree, belonging to the category of vascular plants. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2461036195 Show Image Detail
The image is a close-up of a plant, showcasing its green leaves. It is an outdoor terrestrial plant, likely a grass or tree, belonging to the category of vascular plants. Royalty-Free Stock Photo
In fact, mosses are more accurately called organisms than plants. They belong to the group of non-vascular plants, meaning they do not have air or nutrient-transporting tissues such as xylem or phloem Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2452098915 Show Image Detail
In fact, mosses are more accurately called organisms than plants. They belong to the group of non-vascular plants, meaning they do not have air or nutrient-transporting tissues such as xylem or phloem Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Ferns are a fascinating group of plants known as Polypodiopsida or Polypodiophyta. They are vascular plants that reproduce via spores and do not have seeds or flowers. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2451994079 Show Image Detail
Ferns are a fascinating group of plants known as Polypodiopsida or Polypodiophyta. They are vascular plants that reproduce via spores and do not have seeds or flowers. Royalty-Free Stock Photo
New fern leaves emerging in spring in Tourujoki nature trail. Youg leaves curled into spirals slowly evolving, growing and developing. Vascular non-flowering plants that produce spores to repoduce. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #1768228511 Show Image Detail
New fern leaves emerging in spring in Tourujoki nature trail. Youg leaves curled into spirals slowly evolving, growing and developing. Vascular non-flowering plants that produce spores to repoduce. Royalty-Free Stock Photo
The image is a close-up shot of a plant, showing its green leaves. It is a terrestrial plant and a vascular plant. The photo was taken outdoors. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2457249427 Show Image Detail
The image is a close-up shot of a plant, showing its green leaves. It is a terrestrial plant and a vascular plant. The photo was taken outdoors. Royalty-Free Stock Photo
A leaf (pl.: leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant,[1] usually borne laterally  and specialized for photosynthesis. Leaves are collectively called foliage Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2452242661 Show Image Detail
A leaf (pl.: leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant,[1] usually borne laterally and specialized for photosynthesis. Leaves are collectively called foliage Royalty-Free Stock Photo
sandy rock along which flows a clear forest spring water forming a waterfall. Stones with green moss. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #1980867365 Show Image Detail
sandy rock along which flows a clear forest spring water forming a waterfall. Stones with green moss. Royalty-Free Stock Photo
A leaf ( pl. : leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant, usually borne laterally  and specialized for photosynthesis Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2451966643 Show Image Detail
A leaf ( pl. : leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant, usually borne laterally and specialized for photosynthesis Royalty-Free Stock Photo
leaf, in botany, any usually flattened green outgrowth from the stem of a vascular plant. As the primary sites of photosynthesis, leaves manufacture food for plants, which in turn ultimately nourish a Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2459417579 Show Image Detail
leaf, in botany, any usually flattened green outgrowth from the stem of a vascular plant. As the primary sites of photosynthesis, leaves manufacture food for plants, which in turn ultimately nourish a Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Roots often serve as food and nutrient storage. The roots of most vascular plant species enter into symbiosis with certain fungi to form mycorrhiza. A large number of other organisms, including bacter Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2440626853 Show Image Detail
Roots often serve as food and nutrient storage. The roots of most vascular plant species enter into symbiosis with certain fungi to form mycorrhiza. A large number of other organisms, including bacter Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Pteridophytes (ferns and lycophytes) are free-sporing vascular plants that have a life cycle with alternating, free-living gametophyte and sporophyte phases that are independent at maturity. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2455850979 Show Image Detail
Pteridophytes (ferns and lycophytes) are free-sporing vascular plants that have a life cycle with alternating, free-living gametophyte and sporophyte phases that are independent at maturity. Royalty-Free Stock Photo
A leaf (pl.: leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant,[1] usually borne laterally  and specialized for photosynthesis. Leaves are collectively called foliage Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2452242659 Show Image Detail
A leaf (pl.: leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant,[1] usually borne laterally and specialized for photosynthesis. Leaves are collectively called foliage Royalty-Free Stock Photo
The ferns, Polypodiopsida or Polypodiophyta are a group of vascular plants, plants with xylem and phloem that reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2458636907 Show Image Detail
The ferns, Polypodiopsida or Polypodiophyta are a group of vascular plants, plants with xylem and phloem that reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. Royalty-Free Stock Photo
leaf, in botany, any usually flattened green outgrowth from the stem of a vascular plant Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2461815295 Show Image Detail
leaf, in botany, any usually flattened green outgrowth from the stem of a vascular plant Royalty-Free Stock Photo
A leaf (pl.: leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant,[1] usually borne laterally  and specialized for photosynthesis. Leaves are collectively called foliage Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2452242667 Show Image Detail
A leaf (pl.: leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant,[1] usually borne laterally and specialized for photosynthesis. Leaves are collectively called foliage Royalty-Free Stock Photo
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A leaf (pl.: leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant,[1] usually borne laterally  and specialized for photosynthesis. Leaves are collectively called foliage Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2452242665 Show Image Detail
A leaf (pl.: leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant,[1] usually borne laterally and specialized for photosynthesis. Leaves are collectively called foliage Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Berastagi 12 April 2024, Polypodiophyta, commonly known as ferns, are a diverse group of vascular plants characterized by their feather-like or strap-shaped fronds Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2449105817 Show Image Detail
Berastagi 12 April 2024, Polypodiophyta, commonly known as ferns, are a diverse group of vascular plants characterized by their feather-like or strap-shaped fronds Royalty-Free Stock Photo
Bracken (Pteridium) is a genus of large, coarse ferns in the family Dennstaedtiaceae. Ferns (Pteridophyta) are vascular plants that have alternating generations Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2456751893 Show Image Detail
Bracken (Pteridium) is a genus of large, coarse ferns in the family Dennstaedtiaceae. Ferns (Pteridophyta) are vascular plants that have alternating generations Royalty-Free Stock Photo
A leaf (pl.: leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant,[1] usually borne laterally  and specialized for photosynthesis. Leaves are collectively called foliage Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2452242671 Show Image Detail
A leaf (pl.: leaves) is a principal appendage of the stem of a vascular plant,[1] usually borne laterally and specialized for photosynthesis. Leaves are collectively called foliage Royalty-Free Stock Photo
fern is a member of a group of vascular plants that reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. Royalty-Free Stock Photo #2452325833 Show Image Detail
fern is a member of a group of vascular plants that reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. Royalty-Free Stock Photo