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Mosses are gregarious because they

A

Have vascular tissue

B

Have indirect germination of spores

C

Have direct germination of spores

D

Have spore mother cells

Answer


Mosses are nonvascular plants that fall under the phylum Bryophyta. These feather-like plants  grow abundantly in wild surrounding and moist climate where they can absorb water easily from  nature. Being non-vascular plants, the haploid spore undergoes indirect germination to produce a protonema or protonemata which is a mass of chlorophyllous thread-like filaments from which arises the leafy gametophytes. This thread like filaments which grows easily on damp soil, tree bark, rocks or even concrete making mosses
gregarious in nature.
Therefore, the correct answer is option B.

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