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Match the terms given in column-I with their examples given in column-II and choose the correct option
Column-IColumn-II
(Terms)(Examples)
A. AscusI. Spirulina
B. BasidiumII. Penicillium
C. ProtistaIII. Agaricus
D. CyanobacteriaIV. Euglena
E. AnimaliaV. Sponges

A. A II, B III, C IV, D V, E I

B. A I, B II, C III, D V, E IV

C. A II, B V, C III, D I, E IV

D. A II, B III, C IV, D I, E V

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