Gametophore

The word gametophore, also known as gametangiophore, is composed of gametangium and `phore` (Greek Φορά, `to be carried`). In moss and fern (Archegoniata) the gametophore is the bearer of the sex organs (gametangia), the female archegonia and the male antheridia. If the archegonia as well as the antheridia are arranged at the same plant, t...
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gametophore

(from the article `bryophyte`) ...usually limited to a short unbranched filament that rapidly initiates a three-dimensional cell mass, the sporeling. This sporeling is rich in ...
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gametophore

gametophore, gametophoric 1. An upright branch in plants; such as, mosses that bears the reproductive organs. 2. That part of the plant that bears the gametes or sexual cells. In mosses, all of the plant except the 'fruit,' or seta and capsule.
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Gametophore

The gametophore is the part of a plant that bears the reproductive organs.
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gametophore

[n] - a modified branch bearing gametangia as in the thalloid liverworts
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