eusporangiate


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Antonyms for eusporangiate

(of ferns) having sporangia that arise from a group of epidermal cells

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Furthermore, Equisetum cell walls have recently been shown to contain a hemicellulose, (1 [right arrow] 3,1 [right arrow] 4)-[beta]-D-glucan, thought to be unique to the Poales that is not shared by eusporangiate ferns (Equisetum's closest relatives according to molecular data), Psilotum, or Lycophytes (Fry et al.
Molecular study of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi colonizing the sporophyte of the eusporangiate rattlesnake fern (Botrychium virginianum, Ophioglossaceae).
Although there is a great deal of variation within the order, filicaleans typically have relatively small and thin-walled sporangia that usually develop from one or two initials (Eames, 1936; Bierhorst, 1971) and that produce smaller numbers of spores than do eusporangiate pteridophytes (Bower, 1923-1928; Eames, 1936).
The embryo of the eusporangiate vascular plants and the probable antiquity of the monocotyledonous embryo.
2004) first, followed by Cyatheaceae, then the eusporangiate ferns.
Comparative leaf structure of six species of eusporangiate and protoleptosporangiate ferns.
The latter includes the leptosporangiate ferns, marattioid ferns, horsetails, and a clade that includes eusporangiate ferns and whisk ferns.