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- The second type of asexual spore is formed following one of two processes.
- In the sexual reproduction of Zygomycota, two types of mating gametangia fuse to produce (A) rhizoids; (B) hyphae; (C) zygospore; (D) asexual spore.
- Rusts also produce an asexual spore called a uredospore that is responsible for spread of disease during the growing season.
- A sexual spore is formed after the fusion of gametes and an asexual spore is the result of asexual reproduction 2.
- More results a motile, flagellated, sexual or asexual spore, as produced by certain algae, fungi, and protozoa.
- In some cases, such as with some rust fungi, up to 4 different types of asexual spore are formed during the life cycle.
- 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: An asexual spore formed by many different types of fungi.
- Oidium(a): A form of asexual spore involved in bringing about dikaryotization in fungi belonging to the Basidiomycota.
- Arthrospore: Asexual spore formed by the septation and fragmentation of a hypha.
- Sporangiospore: An asexual spore produced within a sporangium.
- This led to the evolution of the conidium, an asexual spore typically produced by the Ascomycota and Basidiomycota where an anamorph stage is produced.
- 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.
- Conidium A thin-walled, asexual spore borne exogenously on an often specialized hypha (conidiophore) and is deciduous at maturity.
- Conidium(a): Asexual spore supported on a hypha, NOT contained in a sporangium.
- Conidium (plural, conidia) An asexual spore of mold (Hyphomycetes), produced on the external surface of mycelium, not in a sporangium.
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