Archaea and bacteria
this is the only way they can reproduce. Therefore, all of the bacteria have the same DNA.
Explanation:fungi are eukaryotic organisms that lacks chlorophyll,roots ,stems and leaves.they feed by decaying death matter and some exist as symbionts.they are found in trees,soil,burnt grass etc.
Fungi may be Unicellular or multicellular and possess whitish and threadlike filaments called hyphae.these hyphae forms a mass called mycellium,which is the main body.
Fungi reproduce asexually through spores.
The Ascomycota is a group of fungi also called sac fungi.their spores are formed in a sac , called ascus.the spores are eight in one haploid spores as they undergo mitotic Division to produce eight nuclei in the same ascus.
Upon maturity,the spores escape through a hole in the ascus and germinate when the fall on favourable places.
The answer is; A
They are also referred to as sac fungi. The sac-like structure, from which their name is derived, is called an ascus that contains approximately four (4) to eight (8) spores each. Most ascomycetes fungi are plant pathogens (e.g apple scab, chestnut blight). The most common ascomycetes fungi is yeast.
The phylum Ascomycota is the largest phylum in the Kingdom Fungi. Examples are Yeast, Aspergillus, Neurospora, Members of Ascomycota are called ‘sac fungi’ due to the formation of an ascus, a sac-like structure that contains haploid ascospores. During sexual reproduction, thousands of asci (singular; ascus) are formed in a fruiting body called the ascocarp. The diploid nucleus gives rise to haploid nuclei by meiosis. The ascospores are formed in each ascus after meiosis. On maturity, ascospores are released in the new environment and germinate to form hyphae and start new mycelia.
b. one new offspring that is identical to the parentI hope I helped:)
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Bacteria and protozoa are examples of unicellular organisms.
Bacteria are prokaryotic organisms in which the genetic material is not enclosed in a membrane. Bacteria are one of the oldest groups on Earth. Bacteria may inhabit diverse environments such as the deep ocean, soils, acidic hot surfaces, radioactive materials, etc. On the other hand, protozoa (also known as protozoan) are unicellular, heterotrophic, eukaryotic microorganisms, whose genetic material is enclosed within a nucleus that has a membrane. This group was originally considered to be animals because they have animal-like features including, for example, motility and predation.
Bacteria and protozoa are the examples of unicellular organisms.
Unicellular are the organisms which madeup of single cell such as bacteria and protozoa. Bacteria are prokaryotic organisms i. e. no true nucleus. Some bacteria make their own food from photosynthesis and some bacteria are parasites and other are decomposers.
Protozoa are eukaryotic organisms which are heterotrophic in nature i. e. feed on other organisms. Amoeba and paramecium are the examples of protozoa.
Budding is a kind of asexual reproduction. It occurs most commonly in some bacteria and yeast. Organisms which reproduces in this fashion are usually very basic organisms that either lack reproductive organs or both female and male reproductive organs are located internally.
Examples of such animals are:
1. flat worms
2. Jelly fish
3. Sea anemones
5. Yeast cells (such as are found in baker's yeast)
The coral reef is a large colony of living organisms identical to each other, which propagate themselves through budding.