Plant forming spores but lacking seed and vascular tissue are

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Plant forming spores but lacking seed and vascular tissue are Bryophytes. Bryophytes are an autotrophic, non-vascular, spore-forming gametophytic plant that lacks seed. The plants are haploid and exist as male or female gametophytes. After fertilization, a diploid sporophyte is developed. In the sporophyte, spore-producing cells undergo meiosis to form haploid spores. After dispersal, the spores again germinated and developed into haploid gametophytes. They lack vascular tissue found in vascular plants but possess some conducting tissue. Example: Moss