Question: Are mosses considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: Taxonomists don’t classify mosses as monocots or dicots. They are Bryophytes.
Why Are Mosses Not Considered Dicots or Monocots?
Mosses are not considered dicots or monocots because they don’t have flowers or seeds. Dicot and monocot refer to the number of embryonic leaves found in a flowering plant’s seeds. Mosses are non-vascular plants that belong to the order, Bryophytes. These are plants that reproduce by releasing spores.
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