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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of nonvascular

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of nonvascular:
/nɑnvæskjəlɹ̩/

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  1. And as we learned last week, nonvascular plants have reproductive
  2. Vascular and nonvascular. Recall that in the human body, your vascular system includes
  3. me remember that it carries the plants food. If a plant is nonvascular, it does not
  4. means, nonvascular plants typically are limited in size. A giant tree needs a xylem for water
  5. transport; the water is being carried against gravity. Nonvascular plants instead get their
  6. nonvascular plant is moss.
  7. or nonvascular. So what about the sunlight----how does plant structure deal with that? Well
  8. They're the nonvascular plants: the liverworts, the hornworts
  9. nonvascular plants have some bizarre features and some kooky habits
  10. The main thing to know about nonvascular plants
  11. The main defining trait of nonvascular plants is that
  12. Another thing nonvascular plants have in common
  13. And finally, nonvascular plants need water for reproduction
  14. All the nonvascular plants are collectively referred
  15. So, now we've got these ultra-old timey nonvascular plants to provide
  16. See, plants, vascular and nonvascular,
  17. This means that the nonvascular plants that we all recognize,
  18. Now because nonvascular plants are the least complex kind of plants,
  19. in vascular and nonvascular plants is that in bryophytes
  20. came from the same, tiny little ancient nonvascular plant