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Archegonium & Antheridium: Definition & Function

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The female sex organ in non-flowering plants is the _____.

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1. In which part of the archegonium is the egg produced and developed?

2. What is the purpose of the antheridium?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/printable worksheet will test how much you know about the archegonium and antheridium. Keep some main topics in mind when you take the quiz, like which terms refers to the female sex organ in non-flowering plants and the area of production and development of the egg in non-flowering plants.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

See what you know about these points on the quiz:

  • Purpose of the antheridium
  • Passageway for the egg in a non-flowering plant
  • Cause of the release of sperm-producing cells

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure you know the most important information from the lesson on the archegonium and antheridium, such as the area where eggs are produced in non-flowering plants
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the female sex organ in non-flowering plants and the cause for the release of sperm-producing cells
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the main purpose of the antheridium

Additional Learning

To learn more about plant reproduction, consider the lesson titled Archegonium & Antheridium: Definition & Function. Follow along via these topics:

  • Asexual reproduction and sexual reproduction
  • Inner spermatogenous tissue
  • What the stalks anchor
  • What archegonia are anchored to
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