What called spores?
What is spore in medical term?
(Entry 1 of 2) : a primitive usually unicellular often environmentally resistant dormant or reproductive body produced by plants, fungi, and some microorganisms and capable of developing into a new individual either directly or after fusion with another spore. spore. intransitive verb.
Is there a word spore?
n. A small, usually single-celled asexual or sexual reproductive body that is highly resistant to desiccation and heat and is capable of growing into a new organism, produced especially by certain bacteria, fungi, algae, and nonflowering plants.
What are spores examples?
What are fungi spores?
What does the root word spore mean?
“reproductive body in flowerless plants corresponding to the seeds of flowering ones,” 1836, from Modern Latin spora, from Greek spora “a seed, a sowing, seed-time,” related to sporas “scattered, dispersed,” sporos “a sowing,” from PIE *spor-, variant of root *sper- “to spread, sow” (see sparse).
Is moss a spore?
What organisms use spores?
What’s the difference between a spore and a seed?
What are moss spores called?
Do ferns produce spores?
What is a plant’s life cycle called?
What are fern leaves called?
What is another word for moss?