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What is the difference between isogamous and anisogamous gametes?



A. Isogamous are biochemically and morphologically similar, anisogamous are different in both ways
B. Anisogamous are similar morphologically, isogamous are different morphologically
C. Isogamous are morphologically similar but biochemically different, anisogamous are not similar in either way
D. Anisogamous + and - gametes fuse and isogamous male and female gametes fuse

This question is part of Botany Final Exam
Asked by Camillex, Last updated: Aug 06, 2020

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Answered Mar 08, 2018

Isogamous are morphologically similar but biochemically different, anisogamous are not similar in either way
 

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