Diversity in the Living World
Memebers of Phycomycetes are found in
(i) aquatic habitats
(ii) on decaying wood
(iii) moist and damp places
(iv) as obligate parasites on plants.
Choose from the following options.
- None of the above
- (i) and (iv)
- (ii) and (iii)
- All of the above
Solution: Answer: DSolution: Phycomycetes are the group of fungi characterised by aseptate and coenocytic mycellium.They are live in a wide variety of habitat.They can be aquatic, saprotrophic, parasitic or could be living in moist and damp places.Some examples of phycompcetes are Rhizopus (black bread mould), Mucor (dung mould),Albugo (parasitic).