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Zygomycota produce _____, which germinate into new hyphae. zoospores zygospores hyphae asci

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Jodi Brooks on December 14, 2018

Response;Zygospores Zygomycota produce zygospores, which germinate into new hyphae.Explanation: The reproductive world of fungi ranges of rupture of the spores of the fruiting bodies.During asexual reproduction, some hyphae become spore producing bodies called sporangia or conidia. The group of fungi known as Zygomycota develop sporangia within a sac. This sac then bursts to release the spores. Once the spores land in a suitable habitat, they germinate a new hypha that grows into a mycelium. Zygomycota, Ascomycota and Basidiomycota each reproduce sexually. The difference is in the structure of the spores are formed. Basidiomycota form fruiting bodies called mushrooms or basidius; Ascomycota have sacs called ascus; and Zygomycota produce zygospore.

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