Differentiate briefly the following., 1. Sporophyte from gametophyte, 2. vascular from nonvascular plants, 3. asexual from sexual reproduction, 4. Complete from incomplete metamorphosis

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Differentiate briefly the following.

1. Sporophyte from gametophyte

2. vascular from nonvascular plants

3. asexual from sexual reproduction

4. Complete from incomplete metamorphosis​


1.Diploid sporophyte cells undergo meiosis to produce haploid spores. Each spore goes through mitotic divisions to yield a multicellular, haploid gametophyte. Mitotic divisions within the gametophyte are required to produce the gametes. The diploid sporophyte results from the fusion of two gametes.

2. Vascular plants are plants found on land that have lignified tissues for conducting water and minerals throughout the body of the plant. Non-vascular plants are plants mostly found in damp and moist areas and lack specialized vascular tissues.

3.There are two main forms: sexual and asexual reproduction. In sexual reproduction, an organism combines the genetic information from each of its parents and is genetically unique. In asexual reproduction, one parent copies itself to form a genetically identical offspring.

4. Both complete and incomplete metamorphosis extend from the egg stage to the adult stage. Complete metamorphosis consists of four stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. However, the incomplete metamorphosis consists of three stages: egg, nymph, and adult.

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