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The plant group that forms spores and embryo but lacks vascular tissues and seeds is

a
pteridophyta
b
rhodophyta
c
bryophyta
d
chlorophyta

detailed solution

Correct option is C

Bryophytes are the plants which produce spores and embryos but they do not have vascular tissues. While rhodophytes and chlorophytes are algae producing spores (no embryos) and lack vascular tissues. Pteridophytes produce spores, form embryo and have well developed vascular tissues.

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