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Distinguish between asexual spores, sexual spore, bud and zygote.

Distinguish between asexual spores, sexual spore, bud and zygote.


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  • Yeast is a single-celled organism. The small bulb-like projection coming out from the yeast cell is called a bud.
  • The bud gradually grows and gets detached from the parent cell and forms a new yeast cell.
  • The new yeast cell grows, matures and produces more yeast cells. If this process continues, a large number of yeast cells are produced in a short time.
  • Fungi on a bread piece grow from spores which are present in the air. When spores are released they keep floating in the air.
  • The spores are asexual reproductive bodies. As they are very light, they can cover long distances.
  • Each spore is covered by a hard protective coat to withstand unfavorable conditions such as high temperature and low humidity. So they can survive for a long time.
  • Under favourable conditions, a spore germinates and develops into a new individual.
  • Plants such as moss and ferns also reproduce by means of spores.

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