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The idea that sporophyte and gametophyte generations follow one another in a plant's life cycle is called gamete and sporehaploid and diploidalternation of generations.
The answer is alternation of generations. The idea that sporophyte and gametophyte generations follow one another in a plant's life cycle is called alternation of generations.
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