Which one of the following is NOT correct for Rhizoid?

  1. They are multi-cellular and composed of epithelial tissues
  2. They are protuberances that extend from the lower epidermal cell of bryophytes.
  3. They get attached with substratum with the help of rhizoid.
  4. They are similar in structure and function to the root hairs of vascular land plants.

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  1. Option 1 is correct, i.e. They are multi-cellular and composed of epithelial tissues.

    Rhizoids:

    • They are simple, hair-like projections.
    • They grow from the epidermal cells of bryophytes.
    • Bryophyte: It refers to the group of plants which includes mosses, liverworts, and hornworts.
    • They are like root hairs which are found in complex vascular plants
    • They are formed from single cells, unlike roots, which are multicellular organs
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