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SECOND TYPE
SEXUAL REPRODUCTION
RUSTS
ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION
MOTILE
DIFFERENT TYPES
PARENT CELL
CONIDIA
FUNGI BELONGING
HYPHA
SPORANGIUM
CONIDIUM
CONIDIOPHORE
ASEXUAL SPORE
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Second Type

  1. The second type of asexual spore is formed following one of two processes. (Web site)

Sexual Reproduction

  1. In the sexual reproduction of Zygomycota, two types of mating gametangia fuse to produce (A) rhizoids; (B) hyphae; (C) zygospore; (D) asexual spore.

Rusts

  1. Rusts also produce an asexual spore called a uredospore that is responsible for spread of disease during the growing season. (Web site)

Asexual Reproduction

  1. A sexual spore is formed after the fusion of gametes and an asexual spore is the result of asexual reproduction 2.

Motile

  1. More results a motile, flagellated, sexual or asexual spore, as produced by certain algae, fungi, and protozoa.

Different Types

  1. In some cases, such as with some rust fungi, up to 4 different types of asexual spore are formed during the life cycle. (Web site)

Parent Cell

  1. In certain algae, a non motile, asexual spore formed within a cell, the wall of which is fused to that of the parent cell.

Conidia

  1. Conidia: An asexual spore formed by many different types of fungi.

Fungi Belonging

  1. Oidium(a): A form of asexual spore involved in bringing about dikaryotization in fungi belonging to the Basidiomycota.

Hypha

  1. Arthrospore: Asexual spore formed by the septation and fragmentation of a hypha.

Sporangium

  1. Sporangiospore: An asexual spore produced within a sporangium. (Web site)

Conidium

  1. This led to the evolution of the conidium, an asexual spore typically produced by the Ascomycota and Basidiomycota where an anamorph stage is produced.

Conidiophore

  1. Conidia) - Asexual spore formed by abstriction and detachment of part of a hyphal cell at the end of a conidiophore and germinating by a germ tube.

Asexual Spore

  1. Conidium A thin-walled, asexual spore borne exogenously on an often specialized hypha (conidiophore) and is deciduous at maturity. (Web site)
  2. Conidium(a): Asexual spore supported on a hypha, NOT contained in a sporangium.
  3. Conidium (plural, conidia) An asexual spore of mold (Hyphomycetes), produced on the external surface of mycelium, not in a sporangium.

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  1. Conidiophore
  2. Conidium
  3. Exogenously
  4. Sporangium
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