Name the Asexual Method of Reproduction In Rhizopus
Asexual Method of Reproduction In Rhizopus
- i) Rhizopus reproduces by spore formation.
- ii) Spores are single celled and thick walled.
iii) Spores are produced in sporangium (at the tip of sporangiophores).
- iv) On releasing from sporangium, spores are dispersed by wind.
- v) When these spores find suitable conditions, they germinate for form new mycelium of Rhizopus.
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