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BIS+2C+lect+23+Rizzo+Fungi+2 - Which fungus was most...

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Which fungus was most commonly encountered this week in lab? A. Penicillium B. Aspergillus C. Epicoccum D. Cladosporium E. Rhizopus
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1. Cladosporium 2. Penicillium
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Rhizopus Yeasts (several species)
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Torula Aureobasidium Alternaria Phoma Epicoccum Stemphylium
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Nematode trapping fungi
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Fungal diversity Genetic Life cycles Morphology Fruiting structures Ecological Saprobes (decomposers) Symbionts (parasites, mutualists)
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Ascomycota Basidiomycota
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Ascomycota Basidiomycota
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Enclosed fruiting bodies (e.g., truffles, puffballs) have evolved multiple times
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Above ground Below ground In many cases, the below-ground fruiting body is thought to have evolved in response to dry conditions
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How do you think the spores of fungi with strictly below- ground fruiting bodies, such as truffles, are primarily dispersed?
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ground fruiting bodies, such as truffles, are primarily dispersed? A. Water
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