A Short Note on Rhizopus
Short Note on Rhizopus
- i) It is common black bread mold.
- ii) It is found growing on bread, pickle, and other food materials.
iii) Its spores are found every where in the air.
- iv) Its mycelium consists of many tubular, non-septate hyphae.
- v) Hyphae wall contain chitin.
- vi) The cytoplasm contains many nuclei, vacuoles and fat molecules.
vii) In Rhizpous three types of hyphae are found:
- Stolons are the hyphae, which spread along the surface of substrate on which the fungus grows.
- Rhizoidal hyphae penetrate the substrate with the help of enzymes and absorb digested food materials.
- Sporangiophores are vertical hyphae which bears sporangia at the tips.
viii) A large number of spores are produced in each sporangium which are dispersed by wind. When spores found suitable conditions they start growing.
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