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Fungi;  Aseptic Techniques
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Fungi Eukaryotic (higher) microorganisms Non-photosynthetic Lack tissue differentiation Cell walls made of chitin or other polysaccharides Propagate by spores Dimorphic- most have a yeast-like and mold-like  form
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Molds Mycelia    (septate hyphae)
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Classification of Fungi Based on the sexual spore structure, mycelial  septation and asexual spore type Ascomyetes Basidiomycetes Zygomycetes Deuteromycetes  only class without a known sexual spore stage “Fungi Imperfecti” We will only observe the asexual spore types in this  laboratory
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Asexual Fungal Spores Sporangiospores Rhizopus Sac holds spores:  sporangium http://faculty.clintoncc.suny.edu/faculty/ michael.gregory/files/bio%20102/ bio%20102%20lectures/fungi/fungi.htm   (left image)
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Asexual Fungal Spores Conidiospores:  Penicillium,  Aspergillus Spores made on 
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2011 for the course MIBO 3510L taught by Professor Dustman during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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