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BIS+2C+lect+22+Rizzo+Fungi+1 - Major Eukaryote Groups Quiz...

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Unformatted text preview: Major Eukaryote Groups Quiz Question 1 Fungi are absorptive heterotrophs. This means: A. They use phagocytosis to capture prey and absorb the nutrients B. They secrete enzymes outside of their bodies that digest food molecules into smaller molecules that can then be absorbed C. They have a symbiosis with photosynthetic bacteria from which they absorb nutrients D. They are photosynthetic but still need to absorb inorganic nutrients from the surrounding substrate The structures in the pictures comprise the main body of a typical fungus. They are known as: A. Rhizoids B. Hyphae C. Sporangia D. Stolons E. Tubules Question 2 Question 3 Absorptive nutrition is one synapomorphy of the Fungi. Another is: A. The presence of a swimming spore stage with a single posterior flagella. B. The presence of an n+n stage in the life cycle. C. The presence of chitin in the fungal cell wall. D. The presence of septa in the hyphae. What does the term n+n mean? A. There are two, genetically distinct haploid nuclei in a cell. B. There are two, genetically identical haploid nuclei in a cell. C. There are two, genetically distinct nuclei in a fungal mycelium, but they are found in separate cells. D. a diploid nucleus Question 4 What does the term karyogamy mean? A. The fusion of the cytoplasm of two fungal individuals....
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BIS+2C+lect+22+Rizzo+Fungi+1 - Major Eukaryote Groups Quiz...

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