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Problem: Why are most bryophytes less than 10cm tall?A. They have underdeveloped stomata.B. They are seedless.C. They lack a cuticle.D. They have conducting cells instead of tracheids.E. They have no H2O transport mechanisms.

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Bryophytes is the informal term for plants that do not have a vascular tissue system. Technically, bryophytes are the nonvascular plants that belong to the monophyletic clade. They are also commonly known as mosses. 

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Why are most bryophytes less than 10cm tall?

A. They have underdeveloped stomata.

B. They are seedless.

C. They lack a cuticle.

D. They have conducting cells instead of tracheids.

E. They have no H2O transport mechanisms.

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