Moss sperm are motile and capable of swimming short distances to fertilize an egg. However, it was unknown until recently how sperm make their way from male to female gametophytes that may be separated by a distance of several centimeters or more.
What structure do moss sperm use for motility, and how does that reflect the evolution of land plants from green algae?
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