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A student after viewing a prepared slide illustrates the budding in yeast in the following order which is not correct:The correct order should be:(A) b, c,

d, e, a(B) b, e, d, c, a(C) b, d, e, c, a(D) b, d, c, e, a


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During budding in yeast, a single cell develops a protrusion wherein the nucleus divides to give rise to two daughter nuclei. One of the daughter nucleus migrates into the protrusion to form a bud. This bud then enlarges in size and may undergo budding while attached to the parent cell. Hence, budding results in a chain of cells.The Correct Answer is D
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