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how did asexual reproduction occurs in zoospores

Asked by sangeetha t 17th January 2012, 4:06 PM
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Zoospore is an asexual spore of some algae and fungi that moves by means of flagella. Zoospores can be considered as being largely pre-programmed cells, which require only the appropriate signals to progress through a complex sequence of events leading to infection.  It undergoes adhesion and encystment, involving the release of adhesins and production of a cyst wall. A zoospore settles and encysts on a host with a precise orientation so that the emerging hypha can rapidly penetrate the host.
Answered by Expert 18th January 2012, 9:51 AM
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