LecFungiSV - Lecture: Fungi Fungi - no vascular tissues -...

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Fungi - - no vascular tissues - - eukaryotic - aerobic or facultative Phyla (based on form of sexual spore) terrestrial 1. Zygomycota - zygomycetes (ex. ) 2. Ascomycota - ascomycetes (Aspergillus - ) 3. Basidiomycota - basidiomycetes ( ) 4. Deuteromycota - deuteromycetes (fungi imperfecti, no sexual phase known) 5. Oomycota - oomycetes (water molds,ex. Saprolegnia) - Yeasts vs. Molds molds - filamentous = hyphae (lots of hyphae = ) ( ) yeasts - spherical, colonies ( ) - some fungi only yeasts, -some only molds - some do both = - temp, nutrients, CO 2 affect formation m o l d s a t R T yeasts at body temp Vegetative Structures (actively growing) - Molds and Fleshy Fungi (body= ) Septate hyphae = cells separated by walls ( ) aseptate hyphae = vegetative hyphae = reproductive (aerial) hyphae = - colored portion of culture
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2010 for the course BIOL 211 taught by Professor Paxton during the Fall '10 term at Salem College.

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LecFungiSV - Lecture: Fungi Fungi - no vascular tissues -...

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