FungiIV - THE FUNGI YEASTS AND MOLDS THE STUDY OF FUNGI IS CALLED MYCOLOGY DISTRIBUTION 20o 30oC ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE NUTRITION AND GROWTH VAST

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THE FUNGI YEASTS AND MOLDS
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THE STUDY OF FUNGI IS CALLED MYCOLOGY DISTRIBUTION – 20 o – 30 o C ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE NUTRITION AND GROWTH VAST MAJORITY ARE SAPROBES(SAPROPHYTIC) ALL ARE CHEMOHETEROTROPHS – ABSORB NUTRIENTS THROUGH CELL WALL PREFER AN ACID pH
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MOST ARE OSMOTOLERANT MOST ARE EITHER AEROBES OR FACULTATIVES NUTRITIONAL NEEDS ARE MINIMAL BASIC STRUCTURE OF THE FUNGI TYPICALLY EUCARYOTIC UNICELLULAR AND MULTICELLULAR (HYPHA)
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UNICELLULAR YEASTS
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FILAMENTOUS MOLDS
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CELL WALLS: ALL FUNGI HAVE CELL WALLS YEASTS – GLUCANS – GLUCOSE POLYMERS MOLDS – CHITIN AND CELLULOSE STRUCTURE OF YEASTS STRUCTURE OF MOLDS BASIC STRUCTURE OF A MOLD IS THE HYPHA
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CLASSIFICATION OF THE FUNGI (PHYLA) GROUPINGS BASED ON (1)HABITAT, (2)MORPHOLOGY AND (3)SEXUAL COMPLEXITY 1. ZYGOMYCOTA 2. ASCOMYCOTA 3. BASIDIOMYCOTA 4. DEUTEROMYCOTA
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ZYGOMYCOTA TERRESTRIAL /MAINLY MOLDS REPRODUCES ASEXUALLY BY THE PRODUCTION OF A NON-MOTILE SPORE CALLED A SPORANGIOSPORE
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course MICR 130 taught by Professor Umemoto during the Fall '09 term at University of Hawaii, Manoa.

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FungiIV - THE FUNGI YEASTS AND MOLDS THE STUDY OF FUNGI IS CALLED MYCOLOGY DISTRIBUTION 20o 30oC ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE NUTRITION AND GROWTH VAST

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