leptosporangiate


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.
Related to leptosporangiate: eusporangiate
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Antonyms for leptosporangiate

(of ferns) having each sporangium formed from a single epidermal cell

References in periodicals archive ?
Phylogeny and evolution of ferns monilophytes with a focus on the early leptosporangiate divergences.
The velocity of the developmental process, from germination to gametangia formation, which occurred in roughly one month, is quick but falls within the normal range of variation for the leptosporangiates (Raghavan 1989, Banks 1999, Li et al.
RADIATION AND DIVERSIFICATION OF LEPTOSPORANGIATE FERNS
According to Schuettpelz and Pryer (2009), leptosporangiate ferns originated near the start of the Carboniferous period (359.
Many leptosporangiate groups are known to evolve via reticulate evolution and to form cryptic complexes, involving all of the cited processes as hybridization, polyploidy and apogamy.
The remaining living ferns consist of heterosporous leptosporangiate genera that are either amphibious (Marsileales) or floating aquatics (Salviniales; Gifford & Foster, 1989).
These include 13 extant homosporous filicaleans, 17 extinct homosporous and heterosporous ferns from Paleozoic strata, five extant and one extinct heterosporous leptosporangiate ferns, two extant marattiaceous ferns, two extant ophioglossaceous ferns, one extant and two extinct equisetophytes, both extant homosporous psilotophytes (i.
Ophioglossales) as sister group to the eusporangiate marattialean ferns plus the leptosporangiate ferns.
Most leptosporangiate ferns share a common shoot apical organizational pattern, in which a superficial layer of large anticlinally elongate cells overlies a zone of smaller isodiametric cells.
Although the basic structure of the shoot apical meristem seems to be similar for leptosporangiate ferns, the terminology and concepts used by different authors to characterize the apical zonation has varied.
Aspects of the later development of the leaf in leptosporangiate ferns have been investigated by relatively few recent workers.
Dicranopteris (Gleicheniaceae) and vessel patterns in leptosporangiate ferns.
The gametangia are typical of the leptosporangiate ferns, sporophytes after six and a half months in culture did not appeared.
Gametangia are of the common type for the leptosporangiate advanced ferns.