[Plant-education] Definition of Spore in PLants

Donna Ford-Werntz via plant-ed%40net.bio.net (by dford2 from wvu.edu)
Fri Jun 15 13:11:00 EST 2007


Margene, I don't consider fungi plants, so this is not a problem.  Where it might get messy is algae--any phycologists here?

>>> Margene Ranieri <mranieri from bju.edu> 06/15/07 2:06 PM >>>
What about asexual spores produced by fungi? Or, are fungi considered
"plants"?

Margene M. Ranieri
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On 6/15/07 1:18 PM, "Donna Ford-Werntz" <dford2 from wvu.edu> wrote:

> Hi all, Here's a start for you to throw darts at: the unicellular haploid
> product of meiosis (in a sporophyte).  Fire away!
> 
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