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7.7: Reproduction in Seedless Plants

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
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alternation of generations Describes how plants alternate between diploid-cell and haploid-cell stages during their life cycle.
diploid Having two sets of chromosomes.
gametophyte Haploid generation in the life cycle of a plant.
haploid Having one set of chromosomes, like sperm and egg.
sporangia Capsule in which spores are produced.
spore Reproductive structure; can be adapted for dispersal and survival in unfavorable conditions; found in bacteria, plants, algae, fungi, and some protozoa.
sporophyte Diploid generation in the life cycle of a plant.

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