The sporophyte of an unknown plant species grows…

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  1. Tygrlili

    Tygrlili New Member

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    The sporophyte of an unknown plant species grows as a separate plant than the gametophyte. The plant produces both female and flagellated male gametes from the same gametophyte, and it releases spores into the environment. Which of the following is the best conclusion about the life cycle of this plant? The plant is a gymnosperm, and the gametophyte is its dominant phase. The plant is an angiosperm, and the gametophyte is its dominant phase. The plant is a moss, and the sporophyte is its dominant phase. The plant is a fern, and sporophyte is its dominant phase.
     
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    The plant is a gymnosperm, and the sporophyte is its dominant phase.
     

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