How is a moss different than a fern?
The dominant form for the moss is the gametophyte. For the fern it is the sporophyte. Both experience both, with an alternation of generations. Both have gametophyte generations that produce gametes from archegonia and antheridia which swim together and form a diploid zygote that develops by mitosos into a mature spore-formin sporophyte. But in the ferns, this is the plant form that you see and think of when you think of a fern, complete with fronds. In the moss, this sporophyte phase is a non-photosynthesizing, parasitic, epiphytic shoot growing out of the plant that you normally think of as the moss.
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well, the fern sporophytes are plants you can easily see, but you can barely see moss sporophytes. Fern sporophytes eventually make there own food, but mostly sporophytes cannot make food.
moss crawls across the gound forming a carpet of moss, and ferns spring upwards like a fountain. i think moss might be a paracitial fungi but im not sure
Ferns have a vascular system, mosses do not.
they are plants
Swam and moss makes fern.
Moss and Swamp make Fern in doodlegod.
spoors, fern seeds, dirt, and water
They are both plants
The moss sporophyte, a stock and capsule, is dependent on the gametophyte, which is the dominant generation. The fern sporophyte, the leafy frond, is independent and the dominant generation.
Bird nest fern Moss fern Curry leaf
Moss + Swamp
Moss + Swamp
It is swamp + moss
The gametophyte of moss is the dominant structure
Yes, the amoeba, the cactus, the fern, the moss, and the tree are related in being living organisms. But no, the amoeba isn't as closely related to the cactus, the fern, the moss and the tree as the last four are to each other. The amoeba is a one celled microorganism whose scientific classification differs quite a bit from that of the cactus, the fern, the moss, and the tree. It's in the domain of… Read More
The moss fern and the tree branch have the symbiotic relationship of mutualism. In mutualism, both species benefit and the two organisms help each other.
Moss is less similar to Hibiscus because it is non-vascular
Best soil mixture for a staghorn fern is the mixture of te spaghnum moss, orchid mix and some perlite. Best soil mixture for a staghorn fern is the mixture of te spaghnum moss, orchid mix and some perlite.
Moss + Swamp
Moss and fern
It is different because the reproduction is spread by the wind. The wind carries the pollen and the pollen fertilizes the seed.
Well um not sure
examples are algae, moss or a fern
sphagnum moss, club moss, blacken fern, twin leaf, red banebury,and lichen
The gametophyte of moss is the dominant structure. The sporophyte of ferns is the dominant structure.
Yes. The moss and ferns have two different forms, one of which reproduces by shooting spores into the air, which then form into small plants that release sperm and eggs. These combine into an embryo that grows into a plant which releases spores, repeating the cycle.
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fungus , moss ,mushroom ,fern are some examples of saprotrophs.
A tiny cell that can grow into a new fern or moss is called a spore. Some plants, like ferns, produce these instead of seeds. Spores are also used for reproduction by mushrooms and by molds.
a fern is amember of a group
Gametes in the sex organs
mushroom, moss, fern, algae...
Thuidium delicatulum (commonly called delicate fern moss, Dicranum scoparium (broom fork moss), Polytrichum (hair cap moss; are found in the forests of Appalachia.
Staghorn fern, Boston fern, Japanese Painted fern, Christmas fern
mosses are non-vascular plants and ferns are vascular seedless plants
actually no not a frond a frond is the leaf of a fern. The correct answer would be gametophyte
The all have the ability to live on land.
Different ferns have different numbers. Here are some examples: Grape fern -- 90 Rattlesnake fern -- 184 Adder's-tongue fern -- 1260
The root like structure of a moss are called "Rhizoids" and the root-like structures on a fern are called "Rhizomes", fungi roots are called mycorrhiza.
Bird Nest Fern , Rabbit's Foot Fern , Fishtail Fern , Boston Fern , Plumosa Fern
It's hair on the leaves.
A pterophyte is a seedless vascular plant, as opposed to a bryophyte, or moss. A common example of a pterophyte would be a fern.
the example of aerial plants are pand, bromeliad, spanish moss , orchid , staghorns fern
(nonvascular) liverwort moss hornwort (vascular) flowering plant fern pine tree.
The life cycles of ferns and moss are similar. However, mosses have a short diploid stage and are haploids while ferns have a short haploid stage and are diploids.
Sperm are transferred between moss and fern plants by rainwater
Any plant will do as an example. A tree, palm, bush, grass, moss, fern, etc.
Pine is more similar. Other two more primitive