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Midterm #1 study guide

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The midterm will be mostly short answer questions, similar in format to the ones shown here. These examples are intended to familiarize you with the format and help you prepare for the exam. The actual exam questions will be different. 1. Briefly describe the essential elements of the scientific method. 2. Describe one characteristic that fungi have in common with animals and one characteristic they have in common with plants. Also indicate to which of the two groups (plants or animals) fungi are most closely related. 3. What are the principal functions of fungal hyphae? 4. What is meant by the term trophic growth? 5. In what ways can spores function in the life-cycle of a fungus? 6. Describe two different means by which fungal spores can be dispersed. 7. Would you expect fungi relying on wind dispersal to produce larger or smaller quantities of spores than fungi that are dispersed by attachment to insects and why?
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