Biological Classification: Fungi Quiz

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Biological Classification: Fungi

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Which of the following symbiotic association is not useful as biofertilizer?

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Dikaryon formation is characteristic of

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Which one of the following group of fungi is sometimes known as "fungal waste basket"?

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Fungal spores produced asexually at the tips of hyphae are called

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Algal fungi are placed in

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Mucor is classified under

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Rhizopus reproduces asexually through

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Which one is saprophytic in nutrition?

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In endomycorrhiza, the fungus is commonly

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Which one of the following fungus shows heterothallism?

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Yeasts cell wall is rich in

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A fungus which requires only one single host for completion of its life cycle is called

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The scientific name of red bread mould is

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Lichens are ecologically important as they

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VAM represents

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Torula stage of Mucoris in ................. rich medium.

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In Yeast, cell wall contains

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Heleotism is a term used for the symbiosis of

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Facultative saprophyte is

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Plasmogamy is fusion of

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Zygospore is formed from

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Mycology (mycetology) is a branch which deals with the study of

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Oldest cultivated organism Yeasts was discovered by

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A group of fungi with septate mycelium in which sexual reproduction is either unknown or lacking are classified under

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In Mucor, asexual reproduction takes place by

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Which of the following is not correctly matched?

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The hyphae of Aspergillus are

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Which of the following types of heterothallism is found in Mucor?

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In Mucor and Rhizopus there occurs a phenomenon known as heterothallism which means

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A fungus contains cells with two nuclei from different genomes. The nuclei do not fuse but divide independently and simultaneously as new cells are formed. It belongs to

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