Antheridium haploid structure organ producing

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AntheridiumHaploid structure/ organ producing structure in male gametesArchegoniumMulticellular structure or organ in gametophytesData Table 4. Moss Structure Images.Plant PartPhotoMoss SpecimenNotable to get the clear picture form the microscopeArchegoniumAntheridiumQuestionsA.When visualizing moss, a low-lying soft green plant may come to mind. Would thisvisualization reflect the gametophyte, sporophyte, or rhizoid?
B.When you viewed the leaf-like structures under the microscope, did you see evidence ofvascularization? Describe what you observed.
C.Moss has a great number of leaf-like structures over a small area. How does thisarrangement assist the leaves in interacting with their environment?
D.Why are rhizoids not considered true roots?
E.Where is the sperm housed? Where are the eggs housed? What conditions must exist for thesperm to reach the egg?
Exercise 3: Advanced Plant AdaptationsData Table 5. Cone and Strobili Size.Plant name:12345AverageCone6.1 cm8cm6 cm8 cm7.5 cm8.6 cmStrobilus4.9 cm5.2cm5.3 cm4.6 cm3.2 cm4.6 cmQuestionsA.Describe the similarities and differences between gymnosperms and angiosperms. Why areconifers classified as gymnosperms and not angiosperms?

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Term
Fall
Professor
SIMPSON
Tags
Anatomy, Plants, Sperm, Fern, Vascular plant

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