Members 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.
(ii) and (iii)
All of the above
(i) and (iv)
The correct option is C All of the above Phycomycetes are the group of fungi which is characterized by aseptate and coenocytic mycelium. They can live in a wide variety of habitat. They can be aquatic or saprotophic or parasitic or could be living in moist and damp places. Some examples of phycomycetes are Rhizopus (black bread mould), Mucor (dung mould), Albugo (parasitic).