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Discuss the reproduction of spirogyra?

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reproduction in spirogyra occur in two main forms that is binary fission an conjucation


Sexual reproduction is one of the ways that Spirogyra can reproduce through conjugation. However, it is also able to reproduce asexually.


Spirogyra are decomposers which breakdown dead organic matter. This is green algae which used conjugation as the method of reproduction.


there is no gametes. that is why it cannot be considered sexual reproduction


a form of sexual reproduction. Spirogyra and its relatives can be found during summer as pond scum, floating mats in ponds.Two filaments of Spirogyra form conjugation tubes. The contents of one cell passes through the tube an fuses with a cell from the other filament.


You would speak of Spirogyra in terms of the species of Spirogyra: "there are over 400 species of Spirogyra"


No,spirogyra does not have flagella.


Spirogyra is not a heterotroph it is a autotroph


yes spirogyra does have a nucles


Spirogyra is a Eukaryote.


spirogyra move toward the light.



spirogyra is a unicellular organism


spirogyra reproduce by FRAGMENTATION.


yes. spirogyra cause disease.


Spirogyra Algae lives in every pond or ditch.


Being green,nutririon in spirogyra is holophytic.


no, spirogyra is a cell, not a plant.


Spirogyra is a green algae.It has a cell wall.


The spirogyra makes its own food by carrying out photosynthesis.


Spirogyra are found mostly in still, freshwaters such as, ponds and lakes. Some Spirogyra can survive in salt water areas.


Yes. Refer to the related links for a Wikipedia article on Spirogyra.


yes,spirogyra does have a cell wall and they also have chloroplasts


The Genus Spirogyra is freshwater green algae ... it is a Plant


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