Bio Notes March 7

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Bio Notes March 7 Mandatory reading: All of Chapter 31 Fungi: Reveiew the alternation fo generations and the water and sugar transport system in plants. ---- Not all fungi can be scraped off on food, so it should be thrown away most of the time. *Most mushrooms have biomass located below gorund. In fact, it is always the same genetic material in the same underground with the same bio mass of a whale or even a seqiuo tree. Shared Characteristics: (all fungi) -- Distinctive fungal features- fungi are hetertotrophs, they have severall cell types. (look up what they are(# of haploid cells or nuclei), can be confusing). These cells are made up of chitin in their cell wall. When they undergo mitosis, they undergoe nuclear mitiosis. The body of a fungus: --- Fungi mostly exist in the form of slender filamentys called hyphae. The totality of all these hyphae is called a mycelium. They grow by penetrating their substrates in the cell. The hyphae form the fruiting body. -Septate Hypha- Septum often have pores with a nuclei and a cell walle included.
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course BISC 1112 taught by Professor Doebel during the Spring '12 term at GWU.

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Bio Notes March 7 - Bio Notes March 7 Mandatory reading:...

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