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After observing the prepared slides of binary fission in amoeba and budding in yeast following observations were reported:(a) Single cells of amoeba and

yeast were undergoing binary fission and budding respectively.(B) Cytokinesis was observed in the yeast cell.(C) Elongated nucleus was dividing to form two daughter nuclei in amoeba.(D) A chain of buds were observed due to reproduction in amoeba.The correct observation(s) is/are:(A) a and c(B) b only(C) c and d(D) d, a and c


Both amoeba and yeast are unicellular organisms. In Amoeba, a single cell divides to give rise to two identical daughter cells by the process of binary fission. In yeast, the cells reproduce by the process of budding.The Correct Answer is A
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