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Lecture+7--pre+post - The fungi studied in the lab are more...

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Fig. 19-CO (b), p. 316 Common ancestor Animals Bacteria Archaea Eukarya Fungi Plants The fungi studied in the lab are more closely related to Animals than to Plants
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Fig. 20-CO (b), p. 336 Basidiomycota dikaryomycetes coenomycetes Ascomycota Glomeromycota Zygomycota and Chytridiomycota
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Text Fig. 20.3 A developing mycelium. Note that a hypha can branch .
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Penicillium notatum showing conidiophores and conidia. This fungus is the source of the antibiotic Penicillin. SEM X4900. Credit: © Dr. Fred Hossler/Visuals Unlimited 307719
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Saccharomyces cerevisiae . This yeast, shown budding, is known as Brewer's yeast and Baker's yeast due to its use in brewing beer and baking bread. SEM X14,000. Credit: © Dr. Stanley Flegler/Visuals Unlimited 171140
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For different fungal groups, the time between plasmogamy and karyogamy differs. That is , the time of existence of dikaryotic hyphae differs . 1 n zygote nuclei spores meiosis karyogamy plasmogamy n + n mycelium n + n 2 n
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Zygomycota-zygosporangium
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2010 for the course BIS 1C BIS 1C taught by Professor Elizabeth during the Summer '08 term at UC Davis.

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