What is the role of Rhizopus in nature?
Rhizopus is a fungus which belongs to class zygomycotes of kingdom fungi.
Fungi are very important decomposers of nature and only bacteria is more effective decomposer then fungi, so they have a role as recyclers of material in nature.
I have the current team: 1st: Shuckle Role: Lead Nature: Sassy 2nd: Skarmory Role: Physical Wall Nature: Impish 3rd: Alakazam Role: Special Sweeper Nature: Timid 4th: Snorlax Role: Tank Nature: Careful 5th: Salamence Role: Physical Sweeper Nature: Adamant I will add IV's later when the Pokemon are at reliable levels to calculate
Rhizopus is a genus of common saprobic fungi on plants and specialized parasites on animals. They are found on a wide variety of organic substrates, including "mature fruits and vegetables", faeces, jellies, syrups, leather, bread, peanuts and tobacco. Some Rhizopus species are opportunistic agents of human zygomycosis (fungal infection) and can be fatal. Rhizopus infections may also be a complication of diabetic ketoacidosis.This widespread genus includes ten species.
Nature plays no direct role in artificial selection. That is the difference between artificial selection and natural selection. Nature does play some indirect roles in artificial selection. One indirect role is in providing the organisms with which one beings the artificial selection. Another is in influencing the choices of the organism performing the artificial selection.