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in the life cycle of a fern, the dominant and recognizable stage is the diploid sporophyte. the the younger sporophyte grows from the gametophyte.

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The diploid sporophyte stage of the fern cycle is dominant. In seed plants, the opposite is true; the haploid gametophyte stage is dominant for these.

Basically, plants have two stages in their life cycle, they can appear as a gametophyte or a sporophyte.

the gametophyte stage begins with meiosis and the sporophyte stage begins with fertilization.

Bryophytes or Moss plants life cycle goes with two stages. The two stages are the haploid (gametophyte) and the diploid (sporophyte) which is the dominant stage.

In reference to the sporophyte and gametophyte, are the stages of the plant's life cycle thus being the same.

The (2n) sporophyte is the dominant life cycle for an angiosperm

The Sporophyte stage and the gametophyte stage

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Plants have two phases during reproduction: sporophyte and gametophyte. The sporophyte is doploid and the gametophyte is haploid. Plants cycle between these seasonally.

gametophyte: The gamete-bearing individual or phase in the life cycle of a plant having alternation of generations sporophyte: The spore-producing individual or phase in the life cycle of a plant having alternation of generations

Plants have two stages in their life cycle, sporophyte stage and the gametophyte stage.

There are two generations in plants: the sporophyte and gametophyte generation. Gametes are formed during the gametophyte generation of the plant.

The two stages are called the sporophyte generation and the gametophyte generation.

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.

The Sporophyte life cycle is the dominant stage in Ferns (vascular non-seed plants)

The life cycle of a fern includes both a gametophyte and sporophyte generation. A diploid zygote formed on the gametophyte develops into a sporophyte, a fern. The sporophyte releases haploid spores that germinate into gametophytes. The life cycle of a conifer consists of male and female cones produced on an adult plant, the sporophyte. The male produces pollen grains that fertilize eggs retained within the female cone. The fertilized egg develops into a seed. When released and conditions are favorable, the seed germinates into a young sporophyte.

a) The growing embryo gives rise to the gametophyte.b) The sporophyte generation is dominant.c)Spores are primarily distributed by water currents.d) The haploid generation grows on the sporophyte generation.e) Antheridia and archegonia are produced by gametophytes.

A mature sporophyte produces the spores. Likewise a mature gametophyte produces the gametes. The life cycle of the plant is completed by the alternation of these two generations.

Plants exhibit alternation of generations that includes both diploid and haploid multicellular stages.The multicellular diploid stage is called the sporophyte and haploid stage is called gametophyte.

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,

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