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produce gametes via meiosis
produce spores via meiosis
produce gametes via mitosis
produce spores via mitosis

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Sporangia produce gametes via meiosis produce spores via meiosis produce gametes via mitosis Selected produce spores via mitosis


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Sporangia are structures found in lower plants like ferns.  The  are responsible for the formation of haploid spores which are involved in reproduction of the plants.

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The sporangia are diploid cell which undergoes meiosis cell division to form haploid spores. These spores germinate to form gametoph...

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