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Like animals plants have different classifications too.

Plants can initially be separated into two categories; vascular and nonvascular.


Vascular Plants

Vascular plants are plants that contain tube-like structures to help get nutrients from the soil; they feature stems, leaves, and roots.


Nonvascular plants

These do not have a tube like structure to transport nutrients around the plant, instead they soak in nutrients through their leaves. Most nonvascular plants include mosses and algae.



Plants can also fall into four categories: 

Flowering plants and conifers, (Those that produce seeds) and ferns and mosses. (Those that don't produce seeds but reproduce with spores instead)