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    Lab 2: Kingdom Fungi and  Lab 2: Kingdom Fungi and  Lichens Lichens Kingdom Fungi overview reproduction classification lichens
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    Kingdom Fungi overview Kingdom Fungi overview unicellular to multicellular cell walls primarily  chitin heterotrophic secrete digestive enzymes (external  digestion) important decomposers
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    Kingdom Fungi overview Kingdom Fungi overview if multicellular: hyphae  – long, slender cellular filament mycelium  – mass of hyphae
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    Kingdom Fungi reproduction Kingdom Fungi reproduction reproduction mainly by  spores  (both  sexual and asexual) spores somewhat resistant to harsh  environmental conditions spore germination mainly upon exposure to  water
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    Kingdom Fungi reproduction Kingdom Fungi reproduction sexual spore terms vary asexual spores =  conidia , formed on  conidiophores
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    Kingdom Fungi reproduction Kingdom Fungi reproduction Asexual- ( imperfect stage spores formed by mitosis some fungi exhibit only asexual  reproduction (imperfect fungi) 
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    Kingdom Fungi reproduction
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