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Unformatted text preview: Post 11/4, for November 5th 1. In terms of their function, mushrooms, brackets, and puffballs are analogous to which structures in humans? a. The gonads (testes or ovaries) b. The stomach and upper reaches of the small intestinethe organs where extracellular digestion takes place. c. The lower reaches of the small intestinewhere nutrients are absorbed into the body after digestion. d. The lungs, where oxygen and CO 2 are exchanged with the environment 2. What is a yeast? a. a spore-forming structure that develops when hyphae from different individuals fuse b. a spore c. a multicellular body made up of branching hyphae d. a single cell within a hypha, separated from other cells by septa 3. What is a mycelium? a. a spore-forming structure that develops when hyphae from different individuals fuse b. a spore c. a multicellular body made up of branching hyphae d. a single cell within a hypha, separated from other cells by septa 4. What is a zygosporangium? a. a spore-forming structure that develops when hyphae from different individuals fuse b. a spore c. a multicellular body made up of branching hyphaec....
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course BIOL 180 taught by Professor Freeman during the Fall '07 term at University of Washington.

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