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Which of the following shows haploid phase in gymnosperm?

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Megaspore mother cell, root, leaf
Pollen grain, megaspore, nucellus
Pollen grain, megaspore, root
Endosperm, pollen grain, megaspore

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Correct option is D

In gymnosperms, the pollen grains and the megaspores are haploid and develop as a result of meiosis in the respective mother cells. The functional megaspore forms the female gametophyte which acts as endosperm and hence is haploid.

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