Fungi - 1.Fungiusuallyobtainfoodhow? 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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1.     Fungi usually obtain food how?  by digesting it externally and then absorbing it 2. Fungal cell walls are different from plant cell walls in that. .. fungi have chitin, plants have cellulose 3. True fungi are characterized by: Cell walls, feeding by absorption, and usually have filamentous  bodies  4. The body of a fungus is generally composed of: Hyphae 5. Which of the following is a common polysaccharide found in fungi  and = in arthropods?  Chitin 6. The conspicuous structures on the surface of a dead tree that =  indicate a fungus is growing inside are for:  Reproduction 7. Both bacteria and fungi have cells walls and have similar =  difficulties ingesting food, so they:  Secrete enzymes and then ingest the smaller molecules
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8. Some fungi, as well as other organisms, are saprobes. They feed on: Dead organisms 9. The dominant generation in the fungal life cycle is usually: Haploid 10. A more or less circular ring of mushrooms simultaneously appear in  = your yard, apparently overnight. The circle is several yards in diameter.  The most = likely explanation for this circle of mushrooms is:  The mushrooms are all part of the same plant, with mycelia radiating out 
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