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Why do plants without vascular systems tend to grow small and close to the ground?

A.
Nonvascular plants get less food than vascular plants.

B.
Nonvascular plants lack structures that allow the plant to grow large.

C.
Nonvascular plants grow close to the ground because they have small stems.

D.
Nonvascular plants grow close to the ground in order to capture more sunlight.

My answer is B.

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    With my limited knowledge of botany, I would agree.

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