Which type of asexual spores are found in class Ascomycetes?
d. Both b and c
Which type of sexual spores are found in class Ascomycetes?
Which of the following does not belong to class ascomycetes?
Which of the following is used extensively in biochemical and genetic work?
Rusts and smuts belong to –
The asexual spores are generally not found in –
The sex organs are______, but ___________is brought about by fusion of two vegetative or somatic cells of _________strains or genotypes. The resultant structure is dikaryotic which ultimately gives rise to________.
a. Present, gametic contact, different, ascus.
b. Absent, plasmogamy, different, basidium.
c. Present, gametic copulation, different, basidium.
d. Present, plasmogamy, different, ascus.
How many basidiospores are formed on the basidium?
Smut is caused by-
Identify the odd one out with respect to the formation of the spores.