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This is another residual feature remaining from the early land plants, a constraint imposed by swimming sperm inherited from their aquatic ancestors among the green algae. e. e. those bearing male and female gametangia on different gametophytes). Due to the difficulty of achieving fertilization in the terrestrial environment, many bryophytes seldom reproduce sexually and some may even have evolutionarily lost functional sexuality. For example, a significant proportion (about 9%; Lane, 1985) of moss species in eastern North America have never been observed to produce a sporophyte.
2 Mineral nutrition Many mosses are endemic to substrata of particular mineral or organic compositions (Bates, 2000). In one of the few studies to examine population variation in mineral nutrition, Dietert (1979) examined the sensitivity of protonemal growth to nutrient allocation in plants from four populations of F. hygrometrica (Alaska, USA; Texas, USA; Massachusetts, USA; Alberta, Canada). Requirements for calcium, iron, sulfur and phosphorus were largely consistent among the sampled populations.
Purpureus also exhibit local adaptation to heavy metalcontaining soils. , 1991). However, Jules and Shaw (1994) found clear evidence of tolerance in an experiment testing populations from sites The Genetic Basis of Natural Variation in Bryophyte Model Systems 21 with higher levels of heavy metals. Plants from four natural populations – one a contaminated site – were inoculated on control soil and on metal-enriched soil collected from near a zinc smelter. Plants from metal-contaminated sites produced significantly more protonemata, gametophores and gametangia than plants from uncontaminated sites when grown on contaminated soil.