Fungi- Quiz - mycelium cap spore 6. The symbiotic...

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The primary storage product of fungi is glucose glycogen starch protein lactose 2. Which of the following products is produced using fungi? Brie blue cheese Penicillin beer all of the above products 3. Why are fungi no longer placed in the kingdom Plantae as they were many years ago? Muliticellular fungi have hyphae and plants do not. Fungi have spores and plants do not. Fungi have cell walls and plants do not. Fungi have no chlorophyll and plants do. The first and fourth answer, not the second and third. 4. Fungi form symbiotic associations with algae called sporangia parasites lichens mycorrhizae 5. What part of the fungus is composed of hyphae and is non-reproductive? sporangia
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Unformatted text preview: mycelium cap spore 6. The symbiotic relationship between fungi and roots of plants is called sporangia. hyphae. mycelium. mycorrhizae. 7. Fungi cause athlete's foot. True False 8. Which is NOT a characteristic of fungi? Fungi are eukaryotic organisms. Fungi have chitinous cell walls. Fungi have no nuclear membrane. Fungi are heterotrophic by absorption. 9. Mushrooms are in which kingdom? Plantae Animalia Fungi Protista Eubacteria 10. How are fungi classified? according to the type of hyphae. according to the type of spore bearing structures. a-ccording to the mycelium formations. acording to mycorrhizal associations....
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course BIOL 1125 taught by Professor Safriend during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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