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mid 2 review - 1 Fungi are organisms a Chemoautotrophic b...

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1. Fungi are _____________ organisms. a. Chemoautotrophic b. Mixotrophic c. Chemoheterotrophic d. Photoheterotrophic 2. Fungi that consist of a continuous mass containing hundreds or thousands of nuclei are known as _______________. a. Septic b. Coenocytic c. Dikaryon d. Chytrids 3. The hyphae of parasitic fungi that are modified to penetrate and absorb nutrients from host tissue are called a. Haustoria b. Asci c. Mycorrhizae d. Septa 4. Which choice below generally represents the correct order of events in fungal sexual reproduction? a. Karyogamy, meiosis, plasmogamy, germination b. Meiosis, plasmogamy, karyogamy, germination c. Plasmogamy, meiosis, germination, karyogamy d. Plasmogamy, karyogamy, meiosis, germination 5. During what stage of fungal reproduction are diploid cells produced? a. Karyogamy b. Meiosis c. Dikaryotic stage d. Plasmogamy 6. Which feature below is unique to chytrids? a. Asci (spore-producing sacs) b. Zoospores (flagellated spores) c. Cell walls made of chitin d. Conidia (asexual spores) 7. What is the major feature of glomeromycetes? a. Mycorrhizae b. Arbuscules c. Ascocarps d. Soredia 8. What is the structure illustrated below?
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a. Zygosporangium b. Ascospore
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course PHIL 111 taught by Professor Jean during the Spring '06 term at Cal Poly.

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