Life Cycles Angiosperms Flowers Links. Animal life cycles have meiosis followed immediately by gametogenesis. Gametes are produced directly by meiosis. Male gametes are sperm.
Flowering Plant Reproduction
In most of the seed plants sperms are formed in the pollen tube during pollen germination. In the stamen. Some characteristics of seed plants are that they produce seeds to protect and nourish sporophytes, and the sperm of seed plants do not need water to get to the egg. Pollen can be transported by wind, human, or animals. Another characteristic is the gametophytes are small and form within the reproductive structure of the sporophytes. They call it this because most of the sunflower is flower sperm. The sac holding the sunflower seed is full of the sperm.
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In angiosperms, meiosis in the sporophyte generation produces two kinds of spores. In most angiosperms, the flowers are perfect : each has both microsporangia and megasporangia. Some angiosperms are imperfect , having either microsporangia or megasporangia but not both.
From their humble and still obscure beginning during the early Jurassic period, the angiosperms—or flowering plants—have evolved to dominate most terrestrial ecosystems Figure. With more than , species, the angiosperm phylum Anthophyta is second only to insects in terms of diversification. The success of angiosperms is due to two novel reproductive structures: flowers and fruits. The function of the flower is to ensure pollination, often by arthropods, as well as to protect a developing embryo.