Differences between Mosses and Liverworts?

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Mosses and liverworts both have leaves and stems. The differences between mosses and liverworts is that the leaves and stems in mosses are more uniform. The leaves and stems of liverworts are more varied with different design patterns.
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Well, both types of plants are bryophytes, really simple land plants. Some differences include: The complexity of the rhizoids (these plants lack real roots) unicellular in liverworts
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Though liverworts and mosses are similar, the end capsule on liverworts enlarges and matures before the stalk elongates. For this reason, you do not often see the stalks and capsules
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