What are the characteristic features of the structure of mosses?

Mosses are higher plants that do not have flowers and reproduce by spore formation.
Mosses generally have only a stem and leaves, with no roots at all. The roots of these plants are replaced by special outgrowths, which are called rhizodes. Also, mosses lack all types of tissues characteristic of higher plants (with some exceptions), except for the assimilation tissue, which contains chloroplasts.

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