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monerans producing conida for reproduction belong to eubateria archaebacteria actinomycetes mycoplasma

monerans producing conida for reproduction belong to
  1. eubateria
  2. archaebacteria
  3. actinomycetes
  4. mycoplasma

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Apoorva Arora IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 181 Points
7 years ago
The correct option is 3.
actinomycete, any member of a heterogeneous group of gram-positive, generally anaerobic bacteria noted for a filamentous and branching growth pattern that results, in most forms, in an extensive colony, or mycelium. The mycelium in some species may break apart to form rod- or coccoid-shaped forms. Many genera also form spores; the sporangia, or spore cases, may be found on aerial hyphae, on the colony surface, or free within the environment. Motility, when present, is conferred by flagella. Many species of actinomycetes occur in soil and are harmless to animals and higher plants, while some are important pathogens, and many others are beneficial sources of antibiotics.

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