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(a) Common name-Bread mould; Scientific name-Rhizopus fungus

(b) Spores of rhizopus fungus (bread mould) are always present in air. These air-borne spores landed on moist slice of bread, under favorable conditions like presence of moisture, nutrients and warmth, they grew and produced new individuals.

(c) The fine, thread-like projections on the surface of slice of bread are known as hyphae.

(d) The knob-like structures are called sporangia and they contain spores.

(e) It is type of asexual reproduction method called spore formation.

(f) Bacteria (unicellular organism) reproduces by this method.

(g) Ferns and Mosses are two non-flowering plants which reproduce by spore formation.

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