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Aspects of the topic homospory are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References ferns ( in fern (plant): Size ) Most ferns are homosporous, each plant having spores of one shape and size, usually 30 to 50 micrometres in length or diameter, although some reach more than 100 micrometres. A few fern families, however, have dimorphic...
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Information about homospory in the free online English dictionary and ... homospory - the development of a single kind of asexual spores ...
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Note: click on a word meaning below to see its connections and related words. The noun homospory has one meaning: Meaning #1 : the development of a
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homosporous adj. Producing spores of one kind only. homospory ho ' mospo ' ry n. ... characterized by homospory. Pertains to noun: homospory (meaning #1) Learn ...
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Definition of Homospory with photos and pictures, translations, sample usage, and additional links ... an improvement over homospory and lack of alternation. ...
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Textbook Reference - Figure 29.14, p. 582 ...
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Homospory. From Palaeos. Jump to: navigation, search. A condition in which an ... This page was last modified on 5 November 2006, at 01:23. This page has been ...
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Definition of homospory at Dictionary.com with free online dictionary, ... Search another word or see homospory on Thesaurus | Reference ...
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Hormospore - Definition of Hormospore at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms, ... Did you mean homospory (in dictionary) or ...
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Noun: homospory hu'mó-spu-ree. The development of a single kind of asexual spores ... homospory. homostyled. homostylic. homostylous. homotherm. homothermic ...
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How are they different and similar?
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If non-vascular plants and most seedless vascular plants which are homosporous does this mean their gametophytes borne from the spores, can evolve into either eggs ...
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you'll learn these details in lab - for now just focus on the. homospory theme ... differs from homospory in where sexes separate ...
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... had a major feature in common: homospory. ... (A) Homospory vs. Heterospory. The principal difference between homospory and heterospory is the separation of ...
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This state is referred to as homospory (sometimes referred to as isospory) ... Both heterospory and homospory impose certain constraints on the gametophyte ...
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generations, the variations are homospory and heterospory. ... Define the terms homospory and heterospory and provide general diagrams for each ...
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theme is alternation of generations, the variations are homospory and heterospory. ... Second, define the terms homospory and heterospory AND provide general ...
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BIOLOGY 1404 STUDY GUIDE. UNIT TWENTY-NINE. HETEROSPORY (vs. homospory) 1. What is meant by heterospory (see Glossary p. 592). What would "homospory" mean? ...
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