the gametophyte stage begins with meiosis and the sporophyte stage begins with fertilization.
a haploid gametophyte stage and a diploid sporophyte stage..
Sporophytes reproduce with spores, while gametophytes reproduce sexuallyOf the two, it is the gametophyte is larger than the sporophyte.
Plants have two phases during reproduction: sporophyte and gametophyte. The sporophyte is doploid and the gametophyte is haploid. Plants cycle between these seasonally.
A gametopyte has haploid set of chromosomes whereas a sporophyte has diploid set of chromosomes. A gametophyte produces the gamets ( male & female) and a sporophyte produces spores in the sporangium. Germination of these spores results in the formation of gametophyte plants.
For PLATO: A, diploid sporophyte and a haploid gametophyte
diploid sporophyte and a haploid gametophyte
A spore is single celled gametophyte whereas a seed is multicellular sporophyte
seedless vascular plants have true vascular tissue which bryophytes lack. also the dominant stage in bryophytes is gametophyte and in seedless vascular plants is sporophyte.
The life cycle of a plant involves the changes between two life-cycles that are referred to as sporophyte and gametophyte generations. In the sporophyte phase, plants reproduce through reduction division. In the gametophyte phase, diploid male and female gametes are formed as a new way to reproduce,
The diploid form in a plant's life cycle is called the sporophyte. Land plants have a complex life cycle that involves an alternation of generations between a haploid gametophyte and a diploid sporophyte.
ferns alternate between sporophyte and gametophyte. some parasites, such as the parasite that causes malaria (host and intermediate host stages)
1. Both can reproduce by seeds 2. Both have dominant sporophytic plant body and gametophyte is dependent on sporophyte. 3. Both have root, stem and leaves
It is a type of life cycle found in some algae, fungi, and all plants where an organism alternates between a haploid (n) gametophyte generation and a diploid (2n) sporophyte generation. A diploid plant (sporophyte) produces, by meiosis, a spore that gives rise to a multicellular, haploid pollen grain (gametophyte). It once was called hydrogen power. In more simple terms, it is a life cycle in which there is both a multicellular diploid form, and a multicellular haploid form.
detail difference between lifespan and lifecycle
Ferns go though a sporophyte stage of life where they are a haploid organism, whereas humans remain in the gametophyte generation, being a diploid organism for their entire life.
in bryophytes the sporophytes is diploid(2n) while the gametophyte in bryophytes is haploid(n).In bryophytes the sporophytes are totally or partially dependent on gametophytes while gametophytes are the dominant generation in bryophytes.Male sporophytes produce male spores and that of female produce megaspores of female spores while male gametophytes produce male gametes while female gametophytes produce female gametes
The gametophyte generation of a plant produces special structures called gametangium which in turn produce haploid gametes.
get born... a little bit in between then die
Information system involves the entire design and database system is part of this design so database system development lifecycle is shorter.
D. The movement of sperm between plants.
feature mega micro size large small produce megaspore, microspores female gametophyte male gametophyte no.pf spores 4 megaspores numerous microspores
Within group differences refers to differences within one individual group. Between group differences refers to the differences between 2 or more groups.
differences between privatization and commercialization?
What are the differences between polycarbohydrate and polysaccharide?
What are the differences between peas and beans?