Zygomycota produce _____, which germinate into new hyphae. zoospores zygospores hyphae asci

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Zygomycota produce _____, which germinate into new hyphae.
zoospores
zygospores
hyphae
asci

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2022-05-22T05:04:58+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Harper
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    2022-05-22T05:06:01+00:00

    Answer:

    b. zygospores

    Explanation:

  2. Amaya
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    2022-05-22T05:06:36+00:00

    Answer;

    Zygospores

    Zygomycota produce zygospores, which germinate into new hyphae.

    Explanation;

    The reproductive world of fungi ranges from bursting spores to fruiting bodies.

    During asexual reproduction, some hyphae become spore-producing bodies called sporangia or conidia. The group of fungi known as Zygomycota develop sporangia within a sac. This sac then bursts to release the spores.

    Once the spores land on a suitable habitat, they germinate a new hypha that grows into a mycelium.

    Zygomycota, Ascomycota and Basidiomycota each reproduce sexually. The difference is the structure the spores form in. Basidiomycota form fruiting bodies called mushrooms or basidius; Ascomycota have sacs called ascus; and Zygomycota produce zygospore.

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