- a sporangium containing microspores, as the pollen sac of the anther in seed plants. Origin: ModL.
- Histological structure of the microsporangia, microsporogenesis and
- Histological structure of the microsporangia, microsporogenesis and development of the male gametophyte in Nepeta cataria (Lamiaceae).
- Ecology of microsporangium dehiscence and pollen flow in
- Dec 10, 2003 factors on microsporangium protrusion.
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- microsporangium of cycads as possible, and especially to discover whether the archesporium is several-celled, as indicated by previous investigations.
- Microsporangia (Male gametophyte) grows within the ovule, motile sperm released after several months, sometimes after the seed has fallen.
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- Male plants produce small pollen cones with sporophylls, each bearing two microsporangia spirally arranged around a central axis. Female plants do not produce cones.
- Microsporangia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Microsporangium is a sporangium that produces spores that give rise to male gametophytes.
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- The photograph below is a cross section of a pine microsporangium. The arrow points to a single microgametophyte (pollen grain).
- microsporangium (plant anatomy) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- Eventually the sporophyte produces sporangia, which bear sporocytes ( meiocytes) that undergo meiosis to form spores.
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