|Mode of nutrition||Saprophytic or parasitic||Decomposers, Saprophytic or parasitic or coprophilous||Saprophytic||Decomposers, Saprophytic or parasitic|
|Mode of reproduction||
Asexual reproduction by zoospore (motile) Aplanospore (non-motile)
Sexual reproduction – zygote can be similar or dissimilar in morphology
|Through asexual spores called conidia and sexual spores are known as ascospores||
By vegetation reproduction through budding.
Fusion of two somatic cells for the formation of basidiospores is Plasmogamy
|Through asexual spores called conidia.|
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