Difference between a zoospore and a zygote:-
|Zoospore is found to be a type of spore that is motile
and asexual that utilizes the flagella for movement
|A zygote is known to be a type of spore
whichis the non-motile diploid cell,which is
formed as a result of fertilization.
|Zoospore is an asexual reproductive structure.||A zygote is formed as a result of sexual reproduction.|
|Its ploidy may vary, haploid or diploid.||It is always diploid|
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