Gemma are responsible for?

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Gemma are responsible for:..?

Aug 5th, 2015

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A gemma,in zoology ; is an asexual bud like propagule ,capable of developing into a new individual. Is commonly found in fungi, algae, liverworts and sometimes in flowering plants like pygmy sundewes.

1. Small discs of haploid cells that directly give rise to gametophytes e.g in liverworts

2. For dispersion,once they fell on the ground ,the surface in contact with soil gives many rhizoids while the upper part gives rise to two thali.


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