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  1. What is the structure of a cycad trunk?
    it is covered by leaf bases where other organisms live in
  2. Difference between male and female cycad cone.
    • female: rougher appearance in texture; fatter
    • male: slender

    • male cone has microsporangia
    • female has ovules
  3. Megasporophyll evolution: There was __
    a gradual reduction that resulted in only two ovules

    Developing seeds are located on the edges; can be numerous
  4. In Zamia floridana, what is the microspore? 

    What does the antheridia do?
    haploid

    divides into the generative and the tube cell
  5. Explain microgametophyte development.
    • From the haploid microspore, you get a pollen grain with a prothallial cell, generative cell, tube cell, and tube cell nucleus (three cells)
    • -- it is the antheridia which intiially divide into the generative and tube cell


    Once it gets into an ovule, it will begin to germinate and a pollen tube begins to form from the tube cell

    The generative cell will also divide and produce two more cells, the stalk cell (sterile) and the body cell (androgenous cell); at this point, there are now four cells (stalk, body, prothallial cell, and tube cell (which develops into the pollen tube))


    Afterwards, the body cell divides into two sperm  (all that is left of the antheridia is the stalk cell); there are five cells 

    the sperm contain flagella
  6. When will the pollen grain germinate?
    once inside the ovule; and then it produces a pollen tube
  7. What is the method of division in Zamia microgametophyte development?
    everyhting divides by mitosis because of hte haploid condition
  8. What is a characteristic feature of this male gametophyte?

    What is all that is left of the antheridium?

    When does it become a mature
    the fact that the sperm are the largest in the plant kingdom with multiple flagella

    the sterile stalk cell

    when the sperm develop
  9. Summary of Zamia (cycad) microgametophyte development.
    microspore is haploid and is made by the microsporocyte--> pollen grain with three cells (generative, tube cell, and prothallial cell)--> germination of pollen grain and formation of pollen tube--> generative cell divides into sterile stalk cell and androgenous body cell--> body cell divides to form two sperm
  10. Zamia megagametophyte development
    it begins with a megasporocyte surrounded by a megasporangium (nucellus) and containing integuments--> meiosis--> four megaspores--> three disintegrate to give one functional megaspore--> ovule contains the mature megagametophte and has an outer and inner fleshy layer and a middle stony layer and the archegonium are located near the pollen chamber--> mature seed forms
  11. What may happen before megagametphyte developoment even occurs?

    Explain what the pollen tube must do?
    cells disintegrate and ooze out to form a pollination droplet; pollen grains stick; when it dries out, it gets pulled into the chamber with the pollen; pollen tubes then form the pollen tube

    the pollen tube must digest its way through the megasporangium to reach the megaspore; it is parasitic in a sense

    Once the pollen tube reaches the arch. chamber,, the tube bursts open; and, since the arch chamber has a lot of fluid in it, and some from the pollen tube, they swim to the archegonia ( not far, but still they swim)--> fertilization
  12. What is the megasporangium surrounded by?

    What is the nucellus?

    What is the megasporocyte surrounded by?

    What is an ovule?
    integuments

    megasporangium

    nucellus and integuments

    an immature seed
  13. What is the method of division for the megasporocyte?
    meiosis to produce four megaspores, three of which disintegrate
  14. Explain the ovule containing the mature megagametophyte.
    There is a micropyle at the very top (a small opening in the surface of an ovule, through which the pollen tube penetrates, often visible as a small pore in the ripe seed.)

    Then (in descending order): there is a pollen chamber, a nucellus, an archegonial chamber, the archegonium (2-4), which are located within the megagametphyte, then the inner fleshy, middle stony, and outer fleshy layers
  15. When is the temporary free-nuclear stage?
    between the functional megaspore forming and the ovule containing the mature megagametophyte
  16. Some ways that flowers differ
    color

    size

    odor

    presence or absence of parts

    fusion of parts

    level of insertion of other parts relative to the ovary

    symmetry

    flowers borne singly or in clusters (inflorescences)
  17. Explain the presence or absence of parts
    complete flower: all four parts (sepals petals stamens pistil) present

    incomplete flower: one or more parts not present

    perfect flower: both stamens and pistils present

    imperfect: stamens OR pistils present, not both
  18. What are the types of imperfect flowers?
    staminate: only stamens present

    pistillate: only pistils present
  19. Explain monoecious species and dioecious.
    mono: both staminate and pistillate flowers are on the same plant

    dioecious: staminate and pistillate flowers are on different plants
  20. Fusion of parts
    connotation: fusion of like parts (ex: all petals fused to form a tube)

    adnation: fusion of different parts (ex: stamens fused to teh petals)
  21. Level of insertion
    hypogynous: sepals, petals, and stamens attached to the receptacle below the ovary; all three parts not fused to each other; two parts may be fused; ovary is said to be superior (ex: tulip)

    perigynous: sepals, petals, and stamens attached to the receptacle below the ovary; basal portion of all three parts fused to form a floral cup (hypanthium) that surrounds, and is free from, the ovary; ovary is said to be superior

    epigymous: floral cup fused to the ovary and becomes part of the ovary wall; sepals, petals, and stamens attached above the ovary; ovary is inferior
  22. ssymmetry
    radial: flowers bisected into mirror image halves in numerous ways

    - actinomorphic (regular) flower: displays radial symmetry

    • bilateral symmetry: flower bisected into mirror image halves in one way
    • - zygomorphic or irregular flower: displays bilateral symmetry
  23. A seed consists of __, either embedded in a __ or else iself containing __, surrounded by the __ and other modified tissues of the sporophyte.
    • a dormant embryo
    • food-storage tissue
    • a rich supply of stored food (orignially supplied by the parent sporophyte)
    • megasporangium
  24. A seed is a device ideally suited to )) of the land and __ under hte climatic conditions existing over much of the earth today. Although not a seed plant, the __ exhibits some of the features that led to attainment of the seed habit in now extinct ancestors of modern seed plants.
    domination

    dissemination 

    spike moss Selaginella
  25. True or False: 

    Selaginella is ancestral to t he seed plants.
    false!!
  26. Requirements for the seed habitat
    heterospory

    endosporal development of gametophytes, especially the female

    retention of the megaspore permanetly within the megasporangium

    continued suply of food from the sporophyte to hte female gametophyte, rather than storage of the limited food supply within the megaspore

    independence from water for fertilization

    enclosure of the megasporangium within additional tissue fo the sporophyte to permit development of the seed coat

    ability of hte embryo to remain dormant through one or more unfavorable growing periods
  27. What aspects of seed habit do Selaginella meet?
    heterospory

    endosporal development of hte gametophytes while the meiospores are within the sporangia

    fertilization prior to the shedding of the megaspores (in some species)

    early stages of embryo development within the megaspore wall while the spore is retained within the megasporangium (in some species)
  28. Features lacking in Selaginella
    a continuing supply of food from the sporophyte to the embryo until the latter is mature

    a tissue enveloping the megasporangium that could provide for a seed coat

    independence from water for fertilization

    a dormant period, or at least such a capability, for the embryo
  29. Describe the structure of a matured seed
    seed coat

    embryo

    stored food

    nucellus
  30. Development of the Ovule (Cycle)
    homospory--> heterospory with several mega and microspores in the sporangium--> megasporangium with one functional egaspore--> ovule (immature seed) with micropyle (before fertilziation), archegonium (each has an egg), female gametophyte surrounding, nucellus (megasporangium), and integuments (develop into seed coat; can be thick or thin)--> matured seed
  31. Do flower plants fall under the ovule.
    no; only gymnosperm
  32. Development of the ovule in erms of fusion
    integumentary lobe with an exposed megasporangium--> megasporagnium closed around; integumentary lobes are independent and only fused at the base--> becomes more fused until eventually it has a micropyle and integument

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