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Lecture 05: Microbiology Chapter 7: Fungi
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The Big Picture Characteristics of “Good” and “Bad” Fungi Our line(s) of defense part 2 of 3
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General Characteristics Single-celled like bacteria E.g. yeasts OR Complex multi-cellular species E.g. edible mushrooms
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General Characteristics Eukaryotic organisms All fungi are eukaryotic and have an internal nucleus to hold their genetic information More related to plant-type cells than animal-type
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General Characteristics Most have a cell wall surrounding their plasma membrane Similar to bacteria, but contain specialized molecules
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Diversity!
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Cell wall Plasma membrane Mito- chondrion Endo- plasmic reticulum Vacuole Golgi apparatus Nucleus Chloroplas
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Spores Some fungi reproduce by sending out spores Contain genetic information for full growth and development of new individual fungus
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[A]Sexual Reproduction Many fungi are capable of sexual reproduction but do not rely on a partner all of the time Spores can meet up with neighbouring colonies to blend genetic information
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course PRE-HEALTH 1150 taught by Professor Profs during the Spring '11 term at Niagara College.

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05micro2u - Lecture 05: Microbiology Chapter 7: Fungi The...

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