No, oak trees reproduce with acorns.
Oak trees reproduce sexually.
Oak trees have acorns which are their seeds.
spores are produced on the underside of mushrooms.
No, Oak trees do not have eggs and sperm. Trees grow through seeds which fall from parent trees and they do not reproduce with mates.
they shoot spores from trees to woodland creatures
The trees get pollinated, then seeds for in the form of acorns.
do cactus reproduce by spores
Yes, it reproduce by spores.
Oak trees drop their acorns in the early fall. Pollen carries through the air in the spring to make acorns.
Yes,moss reproduce by spores
Mosses reproduce by spores.
There would probably be less trees because there would be no spores or seeds to reproduce more of its kind.
Ferns, moss, and fungus reproduce by spores.
Orchid releases spores to reproduce..
Yes, it does reproduce with spores, cones, and seeds, but it doesn't reproduce with flower.
Yes they Do reproduce using Spores !
Trees, grass, mums, raspberry bushes, etc. Hope this helps.
spores cause Edited answer: Roses reproduce by stem cuttings, rarely by seeds. Not by spores.
They reproduce by spores.
they reproduce by spores
Ferns,Mosses,Liverworts,Hornworts, and Fungi reproduce by spores
Lower plants like bryophytes and pteridophytes reproduce using spores.
they reproduce via spores not seeds for all of the idiots out there
A cattail reproduce by spores
Liverworts reproduce by spores.
It reproduce by spores
Liverworts reproduce by spores...........
Ferns reproduce by spores.
They reproduce by spores instead of seeds. Ferns also reproduce by spores, not seeds.
Fungi are examples of organisms that reproduce by forming spores.
Fungi reproduce by spores, they generate their own "seeds" called spores and chuck them away.
Club fungi reproduce asexually. This means they do not need a male to reproduce. They form spores on the basidia and these spores grow.
Spores are Asexual reproduction in plant. This mean that spores contain both female and male reproductive organs, so plants with spores reproduce on their own.
tracheophytes reproduce with seeds and some reproduce with spores
Plants belonging to bryophytes and Pteridophytes etc. reproduce with spores and thoseof gymnosperms and angiosperms reproduce with seeds.
Ixora reproduce from spores
No. Ferns reproduce by spores.
No, grass produces seed not spores.
They reproduce by sporangium or spores that later burst and little spores come out into the air. It's not toxic unless you breath it in deeply, where the spores bursted.
Three plants that reproduce by spores are: 1.Mosses 2.Fern 3.Algae
Yes, the reproductive mechanisms of ferns are spores.
Yes,but is another type of spores.
Yes,but it's anthoer type of spores.
No animals reproduce using spores.
Yes yeast reproduce by this.
Ferns and mosses reproduce by spores.
They reproduce asexually by spores and budding
No. Maples reproduce by seeds.
mostly by seeds. not sure by spores. Species looked like ferns probably reproduce by spores. In the Philippines many species are not yet discovered.