what is antheridia and archegonia in moss? Mention their location also?
Asked by abhigya chaudhary | 19th Feb, 2012, 07:37: PM
Antheridia is a tiny, typically stalked, club-shaped structures in which male gametes are produced in gymnosperms and archegonia is tiny, typically somewhat flask-like structures in which the eggs are produced in gymnosperms.
Antheridia is present on the antheridiophore. Archegonia is located on plant thallus.
Answered by Meghna Thapar | 20th Feb, 2012, 09:50: AM
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