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Unformatted text preview: haploid phase is the large, familiar form of the plant. The diploid phase is smaller and grows upon the haploid phase. In angiosperms, however, the diploid phase of the organism is large and independent, while the haploid phase is reduced to the pollen grain and the eight-celled female gametophyte located in the ovule. Homospory - the production of a single kind of spore, neither microspore nor megaspore. Heterospory Producing two types of spores differing in size and sex....
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