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There are two genetically different mates which are involved in Heterothallism. Blakeslee discovered it in 1903. He stated that only some species can perform sexual reproduction from just a single spore. There is no structural difference between thallic types. The difference is physiological and genetic ...

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Reproduction in fungi includes sexual as well as asexual methods of reproduction. Along with this there are vegetative methods of reproduction. Sexual reproduction involves fusion of two gametes. It is absent in artificial group called as fungi imperfecti. Homothallic and heterothallic are different types of ...

The fungi have long tube like structures known as Hyphae. Only yeast is derived of it. The body containing hyphae is known as mycelium. It develops through spore by the growth of germ tube. Cells of yeast form chains which are temporary in nature. These ...

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These are organisms without chlorophyll, have heterotrophic mode of nutrition. They are spore forming, avascular and eukaryotic organism. Their cell wall is made up of chitin. They store their food in the form of glycogen. They are present almost everywhere. Mycology is the branch of ...

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