anonymous
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Which alternating generation is pictured below?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Spores Gametophyte Sporophyte Gametes
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you know anything about alternating generations or how ferns reproduce (sexually and asexually)?
anonymous
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so is game is gametophyte

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so is gametophyte
anonymous
  • anonymous
The gametophyte produces gametes, and the sporophyte produces spores. You need to figure out whether the generation in that picture produces spores or gametes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
spores
anonymous
  • anonymous
So... if it produces spores, what generation is it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sporophyte
anonymous
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Right. In the case of ferns, conifers, flowering plants, and several other groups, the big leafy plant that you see is always going to be the sporophyte. Ferns have a free-living gametophyte too, but it's small and not so easy to spot. Mosses are a bit different. In their case, the leafy plant that you see is actually the gametophyte, whereas the sporophyte is the little capsule on a long stalk (which is also part of the sporophyte) that you sometimes see sticking out of the top of a leafy moss plant.
anonymous
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so is sporophyte

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