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In class we discussed the changing reproductive strategies between the key groups of plants. Below, briefly summarize how Bryoph

In class we discussed the changing reproductive strategies between the key groups
of plants. Below, briefly summarize how Bryophytes, Seedless Vascular Plants, and
Seed Plants changed the relationship between sporophytes & gametophytes though
plant evolution.

In class we discussed the changing reproductive strategies between the key groups of plants. Below, briefly summarize how Bryophytes, Seedless Vascular Plants, and Seed Plants changed the relationship between sporophytes & gametophytes though plant evolution.

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11/02/2021 03:55 PM
Ans-) The first plants to colonize land
were most likely closely related to
modern day mosses (bryophytes) and
are thought to have appeared about 500
million
years ago. They were followed by
liverworts (also bryophytes) and
primitive vascular plants-the
pterophytes-from which modern ferns
are derived. The lifecycle of bryophytes
and pterophytes is characterized by the
alternation of generations, like
gymnosperms and angiosperms; what
sets bryophytes and pterophytes apart
from gymnosperms and angiosperms is
their reproductive requirement for water.

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