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A spore-producing organism is


A

rose

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B

bread mold

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C

potato

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D

ginger

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Solution

The correct option is B

bread mold


The correct option is B.

Explanation for the correct option:

  1. A fungus species called Rhizopus is also referred to as bread mould.
  2. It persists as a mass of mycelium, which is a component of the organism's vegetative filaments.
  3. It has a fruiting structure as well.
  4. The most prevalent type of fungus is bread mould or Rhizomes.
  5. The mould produces spores inside the sporangium during asexual reproduction, and the spores grow there.
  6. All of the spores inside the sporangium will float out when it breaks.
  7. The spores land in a location where they have the potential to develop into new mould and spread.
  8. It is known as bread mould because it is one of the first moulds to begin forming on stale bread.

Explanations for the incorrect options:

Option A:

The rose does not generate spores since it is a blooming plant that reproduces via seed.

Option C:

Potatoes do not even create spores since they are formed by tubers.

Option D:

Since ginger develops from subterranean stem tubers called rhizomes, it also doesn't produce spores.

Final Answer: The spore-producing organism is the bread mould.


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