Which of the following correctly describes the relationship between the stolon and hyphae in fungi? (2 points) hyphae can grow to form a stolon above ground. hyphae store the spores that are produced by the stolon. hyphae are provided structural support by the stolon. hyphae produce spores, and the stolon distributes them.
The correct answer is option A, Hyphae can grow to form a stolon above ground
Stolon are the modified version of hypae or it is a structure that connects group of hypae. The hypae extends horizontally all over and colonies the food. In some plants, the hypae extends horizontally to connect groups of rhizoids and sporangiophores. A stolon is nothing but a horizontal hyphae which assist fungus in spreading. A stolon looks like a fibrous network.
A, Hyphae can grow to form a stolon above ground
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