why are some fungi grouped under imperfect fungi
Asked by krakshitha2005 | 22nd Sep, 2021, 06:56: PM
The ‘imperfect fungi’ are kept in class deuteromycetes. They are called as imperfect because sexual reproduction is absent in these forms. They reproduce only by asexual spores called conidia. They have septate and multinucleate mycelium. e.g., Alternaria, Trichoderma, Colletotrichum.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 23rd Sep, 2021, 01:09: PM
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