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Thread-like filaments which form the body of the fungi are


A
Rhizoids
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B
Paraphyses
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C
Hyphae
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D
Haptera
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Solution

The correct option is C Hyphae
  • Hyphae are the long, branching filamentous structures present in fungi, actinobacteria and oomycetes. They are the major mode of vegetative growth in fungi.
  • Rhizoids are filamentous outgrowths of the thallus of mosses and liverworts.
  • Paraphyses are hair-like sterile filaments present among the reproductive organs in many lower plants, like bryophytes and algae.
  • Haptera is a holdfast structure present in aquatic sessile organisms like seaweed and sessile algae that helps in anchoring.
Hence the correct answer is C.

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