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Problem: Non-vascular plants such as mosses cannot become large tree sized plants. Why not?

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Vascular plants have vascular tissues that consists of xylem vessels and phloem tubes which are responsible for the transporting water and nutrition from the roots up to its highest areas. 

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Non-vascular plants such as mosses cannot become large tree sized plants. Why not?

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