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What is the classification of moss?
Last Updated: 2nd April, 2020
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In this way, what is the class of moss?
Classification. Traditionally, mosses were grouped with the liverworts and hornworts in the division Bryophyta (bryophytes, or Bryophyta sensu lato), within which the mosses made up the class Musci.
Secondly, is Moss a phylum? Mosses (phylum Bryophyta) In the 2000 classification scheme the phylum Bryophyta is divided into six classes: Takakiopsida, Sphagnopsida, Andreaeopsida, Andreaeobryopsida, Polytrichopsida and Bryopsida.
Similarly, you may ask, how many types of moss are there?
What is moss made of?
Moss tissue does not have cells that move water. This means that they are non-vascular plants. Water must soak into mosses like a sponge. A patch of moss is made of many tiny moss plants packed together so that they can hold water for as long as possible.