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Antheridiogen
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Antheridiogens are a class of chemicals secreted by fern gametophytes that have "been shown to influence production of male gametangia and thus mating systems in a large number of terrestrial fern species". Antheridiogens are only observed in homosporous fern species, as all gametophytes are potentially bisexual (have the ability to produce both archegonia and antheridia). This article will discuss the discovery of the chemical as well as its function as a form of environmental sex determination.
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Antheridiogens are a class of chemicals secreted by fern gametophytes that have "been shown to influence production of male gametangia and thus mating systems in a large number of terrestrial fern species". Antheridiogens are only observed in homosporous fern species, as all gametophytes are potentially bisexual (have the ability to produce both archegonia and antheridia). This article will discuss the discovery of the chemical as well as its function as a form of environmental sex determination.
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