The below mentioned article provides biology notes on lower fungi. They have comparatively a simple thallus which in some is unicellular and in others filamentous (mycelium). The septa usually remain suppressed in the actively growing vegetative mycelium. They reproduce asexually by sporangiospores (generally motile, rarely non-motile), rarely by conidia. The early mycologists placed the lower […]
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