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What arose independently in evolution many times? (in land plants)

alternation of generations

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What are the generations of alternation of generations?

gametophyte (haploid, n)
sporophyte (diploid, 2n)
both are multicellular

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What is the difference between alternation of generations and the regular process?

the haploid stage is unicellular not multicellular

4

what is the zygote produced by fertilization called?

sporophyte

5

what does a delay in the meiosis process for mitosis result in?

alternation of generations

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What do gametophytes make?

gametes

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what do sporophytes make?

spores

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what process do sporophytes go thorugh to make spores? why?

meiosis because sporophytes are diploid

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what process do gametophytes go through to make gametes, eggs and sperm? Why?

mitosis because gametophytes are haploid

10

What are the 4 out of the 10 divisions of land plants that we are going to focus on?

The mosses
The conifers
The ferns
The angiosperms

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What division(s) of land plant has no vascular tissue?What does this result in?

the mosses, result in very thin, low growing plants,

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What is the vascular system?

the xylem and the phloem

13

How do moss move water across itself, great distances, when it doesn't have a vascular system?

The moss are so thin that no cell is very far from the moist surface level of the moss

14

how low growing are the mosses?

never taller than a few centimeters

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do moss have leaves? why or why not?

no they don't because they lack true vascular tissue

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what is the dominant life cycle in the mosses?

the gametophyte, haploid life cycle

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where is the sporophyte located on the plant?

they grow out of the gametophyte

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are mosses homosporous or heterosporous and what does that mean?

mosses are homosporous, they only have one size of spore

19

In mosses, what develops into the multicellular gametophyte?

the spores, some becoming female and some becoming male

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on the male side, what happens after the spore germinates?

it makes the male moss plant protonemata, then makes sperm (its gametes) through mitosis with the anthrerida (male jacketed sex organs)

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on the female side, what happens with the spore?

the spore divides making a gametophore, and developes into a gametophyte. The female jacket sex organs, archegonia, make an egg through mitosis

22

How does fertilisation happen with moss?

drops of rain pick up the sperm made by anthrerida and lands on the female gametophyte where the egg is fertilized.

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What si the fertiliszed egg called (moss?

zygote, the new sporophyte

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What generation is the sporophyte

the new diploid generation?

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Does the new sporophyte seperate from the "mom" gametophyte?

no, junior, the new sporophyte, grows on momuntil he sticks out

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What is junior's job? (the new sporophytes job?)

to make spores that are released, then junior dies, withering away

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Will more sporophytes develop on the gamteophyte?

Yes, once, in the future, new female sex organs, archegonia, develop

28

what is the common plant name for the division pterophyta?

Ferns

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What does ptero mean?

feather or wing

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does the division pterophyta have true vascular tissue?what is it ?

yes, xylem and phloem

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is the division pterophyta homosporous or heterosporous?

homosporous

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is the division pterophyta sporophyte or gametophyte dominant?

sporophyte

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what is the definition of a sporangium?

a vessel that contains spores

34

What makes an organism male or female from the bio definition?

if the organism is heterosporous, the ones with larger gametes are female and the others with the smaller gametes are male

35

what are the three parts of a seed?

seed coat, embryo, nutrition

36

what is an ovule?

the place where a seed develops
site of meiosis on a plant

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