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1

What is alternation of generation?

A process that all plants go through that results in 2 stages of adult life.

2

What is a sporophyte?

A sporophyte is something that reproduces asexually in order to make spores.

3

What is a gametophyte?

A gametophyte is something a sexual unit of reproduction. ie: sperm and egg

4

What is fertilization?

sperm cell fuses with the egg cells

5

What are the two types of adult generations?

gameteophytes and sporophytes

6

What happens during the sporophyte generation?

The spores are created

7

What happens after the adult sporophyte generation?

The spores travel through the air and land in soil.

8

WHat happens after the spores travel?

The gametophyte generation.

9

What happens during the gametophyte generation?

The spores are turned into gametes.

10

What happens after the gametophyte generation?

The egg is fetilized by the sperm.

11

What occurs from fertilization?

seeds in higher plants or adult sporophytes in lower plants

12

Do all plants have seeds?

no

13

Are the two generations in equal time?

No, the two generations are not equal in duration.

 

14

What is the "main plant"?

The generatin that is typically seen, the one that last longer.

15

What generation is dominant in trees?

Sporophyte generation

16

What generation is dominant in moss?

Gametophyte generation

17

What are some of the phylums in the kingdom plantae?

Bryophyta and tracheophyta.

18

What is in Phylum Byropyhta?

moss

19

Do moss reproduce sexually or asexually?

sexually

20

Does moss have roots stems and leaves?

No they are thallophytes

21

Where do moss live?

They live in moist and shady areas

22

Where are the sex organs in moss located?

at the top of the plant

23

What starts the process of moss growing?

lichens

24

What does monoecious mean?

one plant, two sexes, male parts (sperms), female parts (eggs)

25

What are three qualities of the Phylum Tracheophyta?

1. sporophyte generation is dominant

2. Roots, stems, and leaves

3. xylem and phloem

 

26

What is diecious mean?

One plant has one sex

27

What is xylem?

system of transport for water

28

What is phloem?

transports food down to the root, toward hell.

29

Why do smaller plants not need xylem and phloem?

As plants get bigger, they need a more effective transportation system.

30

What are the classes of traceophyta? 

Filicinae, Gymnosperms, angiosperms