Both are embryophytes or land plants. They share some patterns such as having an embryo, antheridia, archegonium, sporanium, stomata on the sporophyte... otherwise they are quite different.
Whisk ferns reproduce through spores produced in sori.
It is probably a yellow striped army worm, but the colors may vary. I found green, brown-gray, brown, and black. the way they eat the ferns is they attach themselves onto the stem and suck. I've collected over 20, but they died soon after. Just simply pull the caterpillars off, but don't squeeze it...
rabbits and roaches and also sex
The ferns are classified under vascular plants because they have xylem and phloem tissues in their root, stem and leaves.
Ferns are a family of plants that do not flower and reproduce byspores. Fern is also a name and nickname.
Algaes are of many types and varies in colour and sizes whereas Ferns are of not many types and does not varies in sizes and colour
Yes, a fern is a multi-celled organism, because it consists of more than one cell.
The green epiphyte plants are FERNS. A heating unit is a FURNACE.
Ferns first appear in the geologic record about 360 million years ago, but many modern varieties did not appear until the flowering plants appeared, about 145 million years ago. Ferns have many of the processes of the higher plants, but do not have either seeds or flowers. They reproduce by having...
No they o not because they release pollen but in that pollen is the seed to make more fern so no flowers here
I grew up working in a greenhouse. So if it needs a bigger pot, then put soil in and plant your fern. Water it often and make sure it gets plenty of sunlight
Water is a key element for plant growth, therefore it affects all plant systems including reproduction. Water contains nitrogen and minerals such as calcium, sulfur, potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus dissolved in it that the plant needs to grow and survive. Also, water evaporates through the...
leptosporangiate is that sporangium which formed from a single cell of epidermis.it is smaller in size than the eusporangiat.eusporangiate _having sporangia that arise from a group of epidermal cell.it is larger than the leptosporangiate
There is very little difference between prehistoric ferns and ferns of today. However, there are hundreds to thousands of fern species that are no longer around today. This is due to changes in topography, climate and time. Many of today's species are evolved or remain unchanged. But they are prone...
A spore grows into a heart shaped gametophyte. The gametophytes produces sex cells that unite to form a zygote. The zygote grows into a spore producing sporophyte.
Nope. The reproductive mechanism of a fern releases spores instead of seeds, unlike most vascular plants.
No, bird nest fern reproduce from spores so it is never a flowering plant
they have vascular tissue & they use spores to reproduce
ferns make spores instead of seeds
It is best to move ferns in the spring around April, avoid moving during the winter as this can destroy the fine roots of the plant.
The reason why a fern is different from a sunflower plant is:The leaves of the fern don't need chlorophyll like the sunflower plant does.~* Hope it helps ya!- iLuv_Ninjas400.. <- A random name i thought ov! Tee hee
yes they are seedless vascular plants
Fern is a plant. So it have chloroplasts
ferns have the highest number of chromosome than any other with over 200
It attaches to other plants.
Fern Leach is the nicest, kindest and prettiest girl i have ever met. She is so sweet and i she left my life i would just die.
yes,ferns are living things
Too much sunlight dries up the soil... Ferns require moisture in order for fertilization to occur.
Ferns are non-flowering pplants while cacti is a flowering plant.
All ferns have eukaryotic cells. In fact, all plants (meaning all organisms in the kingdom Plantae) have eukaryotic cells. There are very, very few multicellular organisms that have prokaryotic cells.
Yes. Sea Fern is a plant. The sea fern lives deep in the ocean. Octopus live in the sea plankton, to stay safe and away from any and all preditors!
In forests with lots of rainfall
Yes and no. Ferns need to live in a moist environment in order for the sperm to be able to swim to the egg and fertilize it.
Spores are reproductive systems for ferns. They are dispersed and can survive for extended periods of time in unfavorable conditions. Two gametes fuse together to create a sporophyte which soon develops into a fern. Spores are important to ferns as they prevent their kind from extinction.
There are many different answers to your question, such as the jacaranda, but I believe what would be most suitable would be the term "palm trees"
She takes him to her Uncle Henry's farm, the Zuckerman farm.
Ferns have roots that hold them onto a tree or another plant, leaves, chlorophyll and spores.
No, ferns DO NOT produce seeds.
they never produce fruit or flowers
An arctic fern is an omnivore that hunts his food which makes him a consumer.
"Fern" is a generic term used to describe a group of plants with common physical and biological features. Ferns are seedless, vascular plants that have roots, stems and fronds. They repoduce by spores and do not produce flowers like angiosperms. HOWEVER, most "ferns" belong to the plant Division:...
ferns do have vascular tissue
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Ferns can be found growing. Fern species live in a wide variety of habitats, from remote MOUTAIN elevations, to dry DESERT rock faces, to bodies of water or in open fields. BEST LUCK
In African tribe beliefs the fern means growth strength no matter the obstacles...since in Africa the fern still continues growing considering the weather extremes that airlines it
There are about twelve thousand species of fern, but ferns belong to the botanical group called Pteridophyta.
The spores of ferns are produce in sporangia.These sporangia are present at the back side of sporophyll(leaf let).
There is a belief that televisions and computers emit rays harmful to humans, by placing a Boston fern house plant nearby would somehow prevent/nullify any harm reaching humans. True or false.
ferns use spore to reproduce
Nonflowering plants make spores or reproduce by budding.
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No. Ferns do not bear fruits because it does not bear flowers. P.S please forgive me if my answer is wrong
on the bottom of the plant
no!! just remove the dead ones from the start
Ferns and trees are both classified as plants.
There are many different types of ferns, some of them tropical and some which will grow outside in the US. A few examples are the Christmas fern, Polystichum acrostichordes; the cinnamon fern, Osmunda cinnamomea; the autumn fern, Dryopteris erythrosora.
No. Butterflies are attracted to nectar producing flowers, and sugar.
Yes. The soil must be kept moist, but not OVERWATERED!
Division Anthocerotophyta: Hornworts Division Bryophyta: Mosses Division Lycophyta: Club Mosses; Scale Trees Division Hepaticophyta: Liverworts Division Pteridopsida: Ferns Division Tracheophyta: Vascular Plants (Largest Division) Division Sphenopsida: Horsetails
Ferns have sexual mode of reproduction.Also ferns can only reproduce where there is sufficient moisture to transfer their motile male gametes to the archegonia for fertilization. Mainly ferns are reproduced by spores and at a time in the year they grow small spots under their leaves, known as sori....
It is round with a deep "V" on one side. If it is completely round or oval then it is probably a cinnamon fern which looks very similar but will make you very ill. There are several different types of ferns that look very close but the ostrich fern is the only one that is edible
Is a tiny plant, is green and flat, and it's usually like a tiny heart. I hope this help Anne
because they need preknoriot, which is a substance that is composed of water 99.80 percent and minerals.
In the Ozark Mountains In the Great Depression.
ferns are not species,these are group of vascular plants in which vascular bundles were found or formed for first time in plant kingdom series and was termed as stele that is show stelar system and are also called as pteridophytes
Yes, there is. In the Where the Red Fern Grows, before the hunting contest, the two owls screeched, and in the contest, the dogs were frozen to death, and grandpa got lost and broke his leg.
A fern is a very decorative plant that will look nice in that window.
As if it wasn't obvious it's qrfvasd!!!!!!!!1
In the leaves, or more specificly, in the cloroplasts in the cells of the leaves
Yes it can be cultivated in the garden provided you bring the plant along with some soil of that place where it was growing naturally.
A fern is non-flowering, therefore it cannot be seed bearing. A fern produces spores as a means of procreation.
The fungi Ferns belong to Pteridophyta group of vascular plants.
Fern Boniwell is a girl who loves Christian Chesher
they are both seedless plants so thay reproduce by spores called sporangia
ferns dont digest food, they obatin energy from light (i.e. the sun) which they turn into energy in order to survive.
field horsetails=Equisetum arvense / princess pine=Lycopodium obscurumlace frond grapefern=Botrychium dissectumrattlesnake fern=Botrychium virginianumroyal fern=Osmunda regalis / cinnamon fern=Osmunda cinnamomeasensitive fern=Onoclea sensibilis / lady fern=Athyrium filix-feminabracken fern=Pteridium...
It means that sometimes things are really special because where the red fern grew, the spot was sacred.