What are Bryophytes?
Bryophyte is a conventional term referring to a non-vascular seedless plant like mosses or hornworts. As they lack vascular tissues and are seedless plants, they don't produce flowers but reproduce through spores. These small plants grow in moist and humid areas, needing water for reproduction and fertilization. The sperms of Bryophytes are called Anthrozoids and are flagellate, which is why they need water to swim to the eggs.