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Chapter 31 Notes Fungi
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Concept 31.1 All fungi are eukaryotic; most are  multicellular _________ = fungi Fungi differ from plants in nutritional  mode, structural organization, growth,  and reproduction
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Concept 31.1 Fungi are heterotrophs that acquire their  nutrients by  ____________ - fungi digest their food outside their  body by secreting powerful hydrolytic  enzymes ( exoenzymes ) into the food. - _______________, parasites, and  mutualistic symbionts
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Concept 31.1 Fungi have a large surface area and grow  rapidly to assist with absorption The bodies of fungi are constructed of tiny  filaments called  _________ - the hyphae are divided into cells by  cross-walls, or  ________ - cells walls are made of  _________
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Concept 31.1
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Concept 31.1
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Concept 31.2 Fungi disperse and reproduce by  releasing spores that are produced  sexually and asexually ________________ stage : fusion of  two hyphae that have genetically  different nuclei
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Concept 31.2
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 1510 taught by Professor --- during the Spring '11 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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