Clamp connection is found in

Clamp Connection Is Found In Biology Question

Clamp connection is found in


(a) basidiomycetes
(b) ascomycetes
(c) saccharomycetes
(d) haplomycetes

Correct Answer:



The secondary mycelium of basidiomycetes is long lived. It consists of profusely branched sepate hyphae. Hook shaped outgrowths are found on the sides of septa. They are called clamp connection. Clamp connection are meant for proper distribution of dikaryons at the time of cell division.

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Subject: Biology (4113)

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