The upcoming discussion will update you about the differences between Antheridia and Archegonia.
Difference # Antheridia:
1. They are male organs of bryophytes and pteridophytes.
2. Antheridia are generally rounded in outline.
3. Sterile jells are absent inside.
4. An antheridium forms a large number of male gametes.
5. The male gametes produced in an antheridium are usually motile.
Difference # Archegonia:
1. They are female organs of bryophytes, pteridophytes and gymnosperms.
2. Archegonia are usually flask-shaped in outline.
3. Sterile cells occur in the interior of archegonia.
4. An archegonium encloses a single female gamete.
5. The female gamete or egg present in an archegonium is usually non-motile.