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2016-01-28T11:26:58+05:30
Zoospore :
1. It is formed inside the zoosporangium.
2. It is usually flagellated and motile.
3. It is the result of asexual reproduction.
4. It is haploid or diploid.
5. It takes part in dispersal.

zygote :
1. It formed by fusion of two gametes.
2. It is usually non - flagellated and non - motile or motile.
3. It is the net result of sexual reproduction.
4. It is always diploid.
5. It has little role in dispersal.
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2016-01-28T20:44:23+05:30
Zoospore:

1. Zoospore is formed inside the zoosporangium.

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2. It is usually flagellated and motile.

3. Zoospore is the result of asexual reproduction.

4. It is haploid or diploid.

5. Zoospore takes part in dispersal.

Zygote:

1. It is formed by fusion of two gametes.

2. It is usually non-flagellated and non-motile or motile.

3. It is the net result of sexual reproduction.

4. It is always diploid.

5. It has little role in dispersal.
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