Lecture three 10 01 08

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Unformatted text preview: Spore characteristics can be used to identify species hape and number of cells pore characteristics used to identify species Attachment Clusters Chains Surface characteristics Simple life cycle Spore Mycelium Simple life cycle spores spores No fleshy fruiting body Microscopic Penicillium Asexual spores = clones genetically identical to parent Some fungi are exclusively asexual Some reproduce only sexually Some do both Sexual reproduction Basidiomycetes Basidiomycetes Fusion Two mating types Basidiomycetes Gills Sexual reproduction Basidium Sexual reproduction 2 nuclei Fusion Nuclei from two parents Nuclear Fusion Division Four nuclei Sexual reproduction 2 nuclei Fusion Nuclei from two parents Nuclear Fusion Division Four nuclei All nuclei are genetically different from both parents Sexual reproduction 2 nuclei Fusion Nuclei from two parents Nuclear Fusion Division Sexual spores are genetically different from both parents Four nuclei Basidiomycetes Fungi are haploid = one copy of each chromosome Diploid Two copies of each chromosome Chromosomes Fungi are haploid...
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2009 for the course SAS 30 taught by Professor Wilhelm during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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