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AP BIOLOGY OUTLINE FOR PLANT REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT PLANT REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT: 1. Alternation of generations in moss, fern, pine, and flowering plants a. Spore and gamete formation b. Fertilization and sporophyte formation 2. Seed structure and germination 3. Growth and development: hormonal control ESSAY QUESTIONS 1960: The seed is the organ having great survival value. Discuss: a) the structure of seeds from this point of view; b) the phenomenon and biological importance of dormancy of seeds. 1961: Trace the evolutionary trends shown by the gametophyte generation in a bryophyte (a liverwort or moss), a fern, and a pine with respect to: a) origin and structure b) mode of nutrition c) structure and mode of transport of the sperm d) relative size and longevity compared to the sporophyte generation 1962: A. Compare the nutrition of bread mold ( Rhizopus ) with that of the gametophyte generation of a fern. B.
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This note was uploaded on 10/30/2009 for the course SI 0126 taught by Professor Gourney during the Summer '09 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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