Three main types of reproduction are found in Chlorophyceae, i.e., (1) Vegetative, (2) Asexual and (3) Sexual.
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The reproduction takes place by means of vegetative, asexual and sexual methods.
Some of the Most Important Modes of Reproduction found in Phaeophyceae are as follows !
What do you really mean by Cellular reproduction? Cells do not arise de novo but are formed from preexisting cells by reproduction”, is one of the important attributes of the modern cell theory.
It reproduces by simple and primitive methods of reproduction, which are vegetative and asexual. The sexual reproduction is totally absent.
Yeast is a saprophyte and grows in a variety of substances containing sugar such as grape, datepalm, toddy, nectar, hoey. It also grows in soil, animal excreta, on vegetable parts and in milk.
Reproduction is a function through which a living organism is able to produce more of its own kind. It is one of the fundamental attributes of living organisms. In this process new individuals of a species are produced and perpetuated.
Sexual reproduction is a type of reproduction in which the two sexes, namely, male and female are involved. Male sexual unit is known as male gamete while the female sexual unit is termed as female gamete.
For sexual reproduction, both male and female gametes have to be united. Sexual reproduction in animals can be observed in members of all the phyla. In protozoans, we can take an examp0le of an endoparasite, Monocystis.
Fungi are a group of organisms that at one time was considered a part of the plant kingdom. Now some scientists think that fungi are neither plants nor animals. They grow on logs of wood and dead plants. They have no flowers, stem, root and they cannot make their own food.