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spores in plants, haploid cells produced in the gametophyte stage that can divide by mitosis to form plant or can develop into sex cells
gametophyte plant life cycle stage that begins when cells in reproductive organs undergo meiosis and produce haploid cells
sporophyte plant life cycle stage that begins when an egg is fertilized by a sperm
frond leaf of a fern that grows from the rhizome
rhizone underground stem
sori fern structures in which spores are produced
prothallus small, green, heart-shaped gametophyte plant form of a fern that can make its own food and absorb water and nutrients from the soil
pollen grain small structure produced by the male reproductive organs of a seed plant; has a water-resistant coat can develope from a spore, and contasins gametophyte that will produce sperm
pollination transfer of pollen grains to the female part of a sede plant by agents such as gravity, water, wind, and animals
ovule in seed plants, the female reproductive part that produces eggs
stamen male reproductive organ inside the flower of an angiosperm; consistsof an anther, where pollen grains form, and a filament
pistil female reproductive organism inside the flower of an angiosperm
ovary swollen base of an angiosperms pistil, where egg-producing ovules are found
germination series of events that results in the growth of a plant from a seed
Created by: Alexis H.