Mother ferns, Asplenium viviparum, and A. bulbiferum, are two species of fern where small clones grow directly from the fronds of the parent. When the clones are large enough, they fall off the parent, and take root in the substrate below. Many plants have evolved the ability to produce clones of themselves in order to spread faster in an area than their competitors,as reproducing through clones is much faster than sexual reproduction through spores or seed.
Spores from adult fern plants get carried in the in the wind and grow on trees.
fern rhizomes grow branches that can be separated from the plant and grow on its own
The Maidenhair fern reproduces using germ cells called spores. The spores grow into small roots and then grow to be MaidenHair ferns.
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yes! The fern life begins as a spore! Isn't that amazing!
no, ferns reproduce with spores. yeah i know, science class.
Ferns have a vascular system, mosses do not.
Making a prediction
The plural form of fern is ferns.
Fern fossils come from ferns. Ferns are plants, not animals. Hence, fern fossils are plants, not animals.