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What is an example of a lycophyta?
club moss
What are common pteridophyta?
ferns
What is the dominant independent generation?
sporophyte generation
What is the dependent generation?
gametophyte generation
What is a common phylum of psilotophyta?
Psilotum
What is a common example of a psiltophta
Whisk Fern
Do psilotophyta have roots?
no only rhizoids
Are there vascular tissue in rhizoids?
no
How many lobed sporangia do Psilotophyta have?
3
What is the only genus of Equisetophyta?
Equisetum
What is a common example of a equisetophyta?
horsetails
What is a common example of a polypodiophyta?
ferns
What are the leaves on ferns called?
fronds
What do fronds contain?
sori
A cluster of sporangia on the underside of it fronds are called what?
sori
Where are ferns sporophytes located?
on the underside of its fronds
The meiosis occurs in the sporangia in fern to produce what?
haploid meiospores
Is the gametophyte generation of ferns are long or short lived?
short
Are zygote of ferns diploid or haploid?
diploid
By what division does the zygote of the fern grow?
mitosis