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CBSE Class 11: Biological Classification - Kingdom Fungi (Part 2)

Jun 19, 2015 11:05 IST

    This video will talk about the last characteristic feature of fungi that is the different methods of reproduction.

    • Vegetative reproduction can take place by fragmentation (eg. Rhizopus), fission (eg. Yeast) and budding (eg. Yeast).

    • Asexual reproduction is by spores called conidia or sporangiospores or zoospores.

    • Sexual reproduction is by oospores, ascospores and basidiospores.

    • All the different spores are produced in a distinct structure called as fruiting bodies

    • Plasmogamy can be defined as the fusion of protoplasms between two motile or non-motile gametes.

    • Karyogamy is nothing but the fusion of two nuclei means production of diploid cell (2n condition).

    • When the diploid nucleus is divided into haploid spores, it is known as meiosis.

    • These asexual and sexual spores will grow on the suitable substratum to form a new mycelium.

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