BS 110 Notes 11-1-2010

BS 110 Notes 11-1-2010 - BS 110 Notes 11-1-2010 Unikonta -...

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BS 110 Notes 11-1-2010 Unikonta - Fungi Continued: Heterokaryotic Decomposers, parasites, commercial uses Ex: ringworm, beer, soy sauce, penicillin, cheese, leavening agent Chapter 31 – lists 5 phyla – know how to characterize and separate o Chytridiomycota - chytrids o Zygomycota - conjugating o Ascomycota - sac o Basidiomycota - club Mutualism – interactions in which individuals of 2 species live in close association with one another, both benefitting, and if separated they die o Lichen – mutualistic relationship between a fungus (sac) and green algae or cyanobacteria Unikonta – Animalia Most ingest food, heterotrophic Multicellular, motile Multicellular sex organs Asexual $/or sexual reproduction Complex development with an embryonic or larval stage Invertebrates Lack a backbone or vertebral column 1. Porifera – sponges a. Aquatic
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b. Saltwater c. Vacuum cleaners of the sea d. Colonies of coordinated but more or less independent cells
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course BS 110 taught by Professor S.lawrence during the Fall '07 term at Michigan State University.

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