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How are spores and seeds different from cones?

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Cones develop spores and ovules and fertilized ovules develop into seeds.

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spores A pine tree has seeds contained within its cones.


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Yes, it does reproduce with spores, cones, and seeds, but it doesn't reproduce with flower.


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No. For instance when you eat a mushroom you eat some spores and when you eat bread this is made from seeds. However there are many different spores and seeds and not all are edible.


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spore is a game i dont think seeds are



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because some of the cones are male cones, and some of the cones are female cones. the male cones produce the pollen and sperm, and the female seeds contain the seeds.


Seeds are better then spores because they have a reproductive advantage over spores.


There would probably be less trees because there would be no spores or seeds to reproduce more of its kind.


Many non flowering plants reproduce by spores. Conifers make seeds in cones.


They reproduce by using spores instead of using seeds or cones like the normal vascular plant would.


Spores are haploid and represent gametophytic stage. Seeds are diploid or polyploid and represent the sporophytic stage.


Conifer trees have two different kinds of cones. The pollen cones house the male reproductive cells. They produce pollen which is later transferred to the female cone to fertilize the seeds. The seed cone houses the female reproductive cells, which when pollinated become seeds.


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spores cause Edited answer: Roses reproduce by stem cuttings, rarely by seeds. Not by spores.



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