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Select the correct statement for the process of budding in Yeast :
(I) A bud arises from a particular region on a parent body.
(II) A parent cell divides into two daughter cells, here the parental identity is not lost.
(III) Before detaching from the parent body a bud may form another bud.
(IV) A bud when detaches from the parent body grows into a new individual.


A
I, II and III
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B
II, III and IV
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C
III, IV and I
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D
IV, I and II
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Solution

The correct option is B II, III and IV
  • Budding is a type of asexual reproduction, in which a small outgrowth can arise from any part of the parent body called a bud and parental identity is not lost.
  • The nucleus divides to form two daughter nuclei, of which one passes into the bud.
  • The bud now detaches from the parent body and grows independently as a new individual or may remain attached to the parent body, forming a chain of cells.

So the correct answer is option B.

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