Which of the following is a characteristic of an ascomycete?

A. An ascus forms to produce a diploid nucleus, which divides by meiosis to produce four haploid nuclei, which then divide by mitosis to produce eight ascospores. B. The fungus forms mycorrhizae, which are symbiotic associations with plant roots. C. Two hyphae fuse forming a zygosporangium that... show more A. An ascus forms to produce a diploid nucleus, which divides by meiosis to produce four haploid nuclei, which then divide by mitosis to produce eight ascospores.

B. The fungus forms mycorrhizae, which are symbiotic associations with plant roots.

C. Two hyphae fuse forming a zygosporangium that contains haploid nuclei from two parents.

D. Two haploid nuclei in a basidium fuse to form a diploid nucleus.

E. Some members produce haploid or diploid flagellated spores.

It is NOT C.
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