|Lab 10: The Land Plants - An Evolutionary Overview||Glossary|
|Diagram of Sporic Meiosis||Life Cycle Diagrams: Ulva, Liverwort, Moss, Selaginella, Fern, Equisetum, Conifer, Flowering Plant.|
| Picture | Anthocerotophyta section of Lab 10 | Cladogram |
| Anthophyta Section of Lab 10 | Lab 12 - Reproduction in Seed Plants | Lab 13 - Flowers and Pollination|
| Bryophyta section of Lab 10 | Moss life cycle - Lab 11| Cladogram |
| Lycophyta section of Lab 10 |
A cell with two sets of chromosomes, or an individual with two sets of chromosomes in each cell (excluding the sex chromosomes which may or may not be represented twice, according to the sex of the individual). The diploid state is indicated as "2n" to distinguish it from the haploid, "n." The zygotes of many green algae and fungi are diploid, as are the sporophytes of other algae and land plants.