noun, plural spo·ro·go·ni·a [spawr-uh-goh-nee-uh, spohr-] /ˌspɔr əˈgoʊ ni ə, ˌspoʊr-/. Botany.
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Fertilization takes place about June, and the sporogonium is fully developed by the winter.
In contrast to the sexual generation this stage is called the spore-bearing generation (sporogonium, sporophyte).
With the possible exception of Archidium, the sporogonium is throughout the Bryales constructed on one plan.
The perianth serves also to enclose and protect the sporogonium during its development.
Notothylas resembles Anthoceros in its thallus, but the sporogonium is much smaller.