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Chapter 20: The Diversity of Fungi
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1. 1. 2. Key Features of Fungi
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Body Structure
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hyphae
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Hyphae
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cell wall septum cytoplasm pore two haploid nuclei
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Nutrition and Fungal Lifestyles
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Fungi Reproduce by Means of Spores
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Spores being dispersed after a drop of water hits the fungus
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Asexual Reproduction
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Sexual Reproduction
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Classification of Fungi
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Table 20-1, p. 390 An overview of fungal phyla…
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Classification of Fungi zygomycetes sac fungi club fungi chytrids microsporidians amoeboid ancestors FUNGI
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The Chytrids
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Fungal Spores Responsible for loss of species?
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fungus Allomyces
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The Zygote Fungi
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The Zygote Fungi
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Sporangia (asexual)
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Zygospore (sexual)
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(haploid) hypha, (+) mating type (haploid) sporangia spores (haploid) sporangia Meiosis occurs as zygospore germinates. zygospore
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2009 for the course BIOL 1002 taught by Professor Pomarico during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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CH_20_STUDENT_OUTLINE - Chapter 20: The Diversity of Fungi...

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