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CARPOGONIAL FERTILIZATION Occurs in red algae. The female organ is termed the c a r p o g o n i u m , there is no contraction of the female element to form an ovum, or SEXUAL REPRODUCTION 43 Fig. —Fertilization in an angiosperm. shedding thereof. The male element is a non-flagellate cell, the s p e r m a t i u m , carried passively through the water. Its nucleus often has to pass through a t r i c h o g y n e , a long tubular cell projecting out from the female element, the ends of which break open to allow it to pass.

ASCOGONIAL FERTILIZATION Occurs in ascomycete fungi. The female organ is termed the a s c o g o n i u m and often has a trichogyne. Unlike the preceding there is no free male cell, b u t the nucleus of the male cell ( a n t h e r i d i u m ) passes to t h a t of the female, continuity of cytoplasm having first been established (through the trichogyne if present). REDUCED SEXUALITY Occurs in many fungi; P s e u d o g a m y (fusion between a gamete and a non-related vegetative cell of the same individual, or even of two vegetative cells).

C. Diffusion of oxygen and nutriment from place of intake (lungs and gut respectively) to place of usage. d. , of sap to and from vessels to tissues, sugar solution through walls (translocation), of a u x i n s or growth substances through walls (how far the plasmodesms help is not known). CHAPTER V PLANTS AND ANIMALS Plants and animals differ from one another, generally, in the following points :— 1. —In plants there is a tendency to form large solid masses in which, however, there is a high proportion of surface to volume, because plants absorb their nutriment, liquid and (in land plants) gaseous, from their surface ; the plant therefore tends to expand outwards.

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