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What is the ploidy of oospore, coleoptile and aleurone layer cells developed from the hexaploid female and diploid male parents ?

What is the ploidy of oospore, coleoptile and aleurone layer cells developed from the hexaploid female and diploid male parents ?

Grade:11

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Arun
25763 Points
2 years ago
It's important to know the difference betwwen oosphere and oospore. 
An oosphere is an immobile egg cells that forms in an oogenum, and is ready for fertilization. 
Since it is a zygote of oomycetes, its ploidy is haploid.
Unlike an oosphere, an oospore is an already fertilized female zygote that develops fromfertilized oospheres in soma fungi and algae
 

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