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Unit 2 Lecture - Principles of Biology II Internet Unit 2 Lecture Fungi Instructions Print a copy of this lecture/lab assignment Read and Study

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Principles of Biology II Internet Unit 2 Lecture Fungi Instructions: Print a copy of this lecture/lab assignment. Read and Study Chapter 28 Answer the questions. Once completed, go to Learning Unit 2 and submit your answers. Answer the following questions 1. Which type of nutritional mode requires the obtaining of nutrients from nonliving organic matter? A. saprobic B. parasitic C. mutualistic D. autotrophic 2. Which type of nutritional mode requires the obtaining of nutrients from living hosts? A. saprobic B. parasitic C. mutualistic D. autotrophic 3. Fungi that cannot be classified into one of the 3 major groups are placed where? A. Molds B. the imperfect fungi C. Mildews D. Water dependent molds 4. What is a symbiotic relationship between a fungus and an alga called? A. Fungus B. Mycorhizzae C. Lichen D. Saprobe 5. In a lichen, what does the alga provide for the fungus? A. Food B. Water C. Air D. Chlorophyll 6. What type of fungus is involved in an intimate relationship with the roots of certain plants? A. Fungus B. Lichen C. Autotroph D. mycorrhiza
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7. What term describes the following; sexual spores of sac fungi? A. basidiospores B. zygospores C. actinospores D. ascospores 8. Club shaped, spore bearing structures form on the _______of mushrooms. A. Cap B. Stalks C. Gills D. Annulus 9. What term describes the following: fungal filaments with chitin reinforced cell walls; components of a mycelium? A. Cnidars B. Septa C. Hyphae D. Mold 10. The cellular slime molds grow and divide asexually until ____________. A. numbers increase 10 fold. B. the food supply has been depreciated. C. their sexual nature is unleashed. D. the end of their short life cycle. 11. What term describes the following; a symbiotic relationship that benefits both participants? A. parasitism B. mutualism C. commensalism D. autotropism 12. What term describes the following; a mesh of tiny branching filaments; the food absorbing portion of most fungi?. A. spore B. mycelium C. Hyphae D. mushroom 13. What term describes the following; a relationship where one species lives near or on another species for at least part of its life cycle? A. parasitism B. mutualism C. commensalism D. symbiosis
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14. Matching: Choose the most appropriate answer for each term. 1. _____saprobes 2. _____parasites 3. _____mycelium 4. _____fungi 5. _____hypha 6. _____zygomycetes, sac fungus, club fungi 7. _____spores 8. _____extracellular digestion and absorption A. Non-motile reproductive cells and multi-celled structures, often walled; germinate following dispersal from the parent body. B. Represent major lineages of fungal evolution.
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Unit 2 Lecture - Principles of Biology II Internet Unit 2 Lecture Fungi Instructions Print a copy of this lecture/lab assignment Read and Study

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