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Section Review 5.3
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How are spores different from seeds?
How are they similar?
Spore-tiny, one-celled reproductive structures that are capable of growing into new organisms under the proper condition
Seed- reproductive structures of more than one cell
They are both reproductive structures.
Name a well-known example of club moss.
What gives horsetails their rough texture?
The epidermis contains particles of the mineral silica
a nonflowering vascular plant with spore-bearing leaves and horizontal underground stems
are creeping vascular plants with erect stems that bear spores in club-shaped, conelike structures
vascular plants with hollow, jointed stems that contain chlorophyll and act as leaves; also known as scouring rushes
the compound leaf of a fern plant
a male or female reproductive cell
A thick, horizontal, underground stem
groups of spore-bearing sporangia that appear as brownish dots on the underside of fern fronds sing
tiny, one-celled reproductive structure that is capable of growing into new organisms under the proper condition
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