BotanyChoose the feature not shown by Rhizopus

Choose the feature not shown by Rhizopus

  1. A

    Coenocytic condition

  2. B

    Filamentous body organisation 

  3. C

    Reproduction by conidia formation 

  4. D

    Sexual reproduction

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    Solution:

    Rhizopus is a phycomycetous fungus with branched filamentous aseptate body. It is coenocytic. It does not reproduce asexually by conidia formation but forms aplanospores or sporangiospores. It shows isogamous or physiologically anisogamous type of sexual reproduction with well developed gametangia.

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