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16 October, 02:26

What is a basic difference between a sporophyte and a gametophyte?

A sporophyte is a reproductive structure while a gametophyte is not.

A sporophyte undergoes sexual reproduction while a gametophyte undergoes asexual reproduction.

A sporophyte is part of the diploid phase while a gametophyte is part of the haploid phase of the plant life cycle.

A sporophyte is much smaller than the gametophyte.

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  1. 16 October, 02:32
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    Hello!

    The basic difference is that the sporophyte is a multicellular diploid phase and the gametophyte is a multicellular haploid phase, so, letter c)

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