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Mosses are bryophytes which are plants that don't have vascular tissue (tissue to transport water, food, minerals, etc.). They absorb their food and water through the surface of their bodies. However, moss and hornworts have stomata which are pores that specialize in the exchange of CO2 and O2 between the atmosphere and the interior of the plant. Stomata are useful to plants because it aids in keeping water from evaporating quickly from inside the plant especially during hot weather conditions.

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Through osmosis and diffusion

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leptoids

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How moses and fern transport water and food

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