. Match items in Column I with those in Column II


Column I                    Column II

a. Bud                         i. Maple

b. Eyes                       ii. Spirogyra

c. Fragmentation        iii. Yeast

d. Wings                    iv. Bread mould

e. Spores                   v. Potato

                                    vi. Rose

 

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Solution:

Column I                    Column II

a. Bud                    iii. Yeast

In budding, specific site of the parent body grows as an outgrowth called bud which then detaches and becomes a new organism. Yeast reproduces by budding.

b. Eyes                   v. Potato

Potato have scars on them which are called eyes.

c. Fragmentation      ii. Spirogyra

Spirogyra is an alga which grow and multiply rapidly by fragmentation. In this type of reproduction, an alga breaks up into two or more fragments. These fragments or pieces grow into new individuals.

d. Wings                 i. Maple

Maple seeds are light-weight and have wing-like structure on them. These seeds float on air and are dispersed by wind.

e. Spores                iv. Bread mould

Rhizopus fungus (bread mould) reproduces by spore formation. It is asexual method of reproduction.

 

 

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