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Match the following and choose the most appropriate option: (each option on 3 columns can be matched to multiple options on the another 2 columns) eg. A-(iv)-3,5; B-(i)-6; C-(iii)-2; D-(ii),(vi),(vii)-1

A. Phycomycetes (i) Neurospora 1.smuts
B. Ascomycetes (ii) Puccinia 2. rusts
C. Basidiomycetes (iii) Rhizopus 3. parasitic fungi on mustard
D. Deuteromycetes (iv)Albugo 4. mushrooms
(v) Ustilago 5. bread mould
(vi) Alternaria

( A ) A-(iii)-3; A-(iv)-5; C-(vi)-4; C-(ii)-1; C-(v)-2
( B ) A-(iii)-3; A-(iv)-5; C-(vii)-4; C-(ii)-1; C-(v)-2
( C ) A-(iii)-2; A-(iv)-5; C-(vi)-4; C-(ii)-3; C-(v)-1
( D ) A-(iii)-5; A-(iv)-3; C-(vii)-4; C-(ii)-2; C-(v)-1
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(D) is the right answer.

Phycomycetes - Rhizopus (the bread mould mentioned earlier) and Albugo (the parasitic fungi on mustard). Ascomycetes - ......Neurospora is used extensively in biochemical and genetic work. Many members like morels and buffles are edible and are considered delicacies Basidiomycetes - Agaricus (mushroom) (Figure 2.5c), Ustilago (smut) and Puccinia (rust fungus). Deuteromycetes - Some members are saprophytes or parasites while a large number of them are decomposers of litter and help in mineral cycling . Some examples are Alternaria, Colletotrichum and Trichoderma.
answered Apr 2, 2014 by pady_1

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