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Porphyra: Quiz

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Question 1: The fertilised, now ________, carposporangia after mitosis produce spores (carpospores) which settle, then bore into shells, germinate and form a filamentous stage.
ChromosomePloidyKaryotypePolyploidy

Question 2: The fact that Conchocelis was the ________ stage of Porphyra was dicovered by the British phycologist Kathleen Mary Drew-Baker in 1949 for the European species Porphyra umbilicalis[5].
PolyploidyPloidyChromosomeKaryotype

Question 3: The thallus we see is the ________ generation; it can reproduce asexually by forming spores which grow to replicate the original thallus.
KaryotypePloidyPolyploidyChromosome







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