Moss Life Cycle Under The Microscope
Mosses are seedless non vascular plants that can be found all over the world in damp moist environments.
Mosses have a unique life cycle in which the haploid stage (the gametophyte, n ) is the dominant generation. Once the egg is fertilized, a diploid sporophyte develops (2n) and produces spores which are dispersed into the surrounding environment.
The moss life cycle is as follows:
Spore – Protonema – gametophyte – Sporophyte
The magnification of each clip is included in the bottom right hand corner.
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