A system of classification based on all important morphologically characters is termed as
The book ‘Genera Plantarum’ was written by
Genera Plantarum is a publication of Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778). The first edition was issued in Leiden, 1737. The fifth edition served as a complementary volume to Species Plantarum (1753).
Pteridophytes differ from bryophytes in having
Bryophytes are embryophytes that are non-vascular i.e., they have no xylem and phloem. Pteridophytes are vascular plants i.e., plants with xylem and phloem, that reproduce and disperse via spores.
The dominant phase in bryophyte is gametophyte while the dominant phase in pteridophyte is sporophyte. Bryophytes have no true roots while pteridophyte have true roots. Bryophytes have no vascular tissues while pteridophytes have vascular tissues.
Therefore, the correct answer is option D.
Petioles are modified into tendril in
Winged fruits occur in
Vas deferens arises from