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1/01 EXAM II 1. Fungi are what type of cell? Describe the nucleus of these cells. 2. Fungi may occur in two forms - name them. What is dimorphism? 3. Describe structural differences between yeast, filamentous molds and complex molds. Describe the colony morphology of a filamentous mold; yeast. How does morphology of a filamentous mold colony differ from that of a bacterial colony? 4. What are hyphae? Septate, nonseptate (coenocytic) hyphae? Aerial mycelium? Vegetative mycelium? What are the functions of aerial and vegetative mycelium? 5. Identify parts of a mold cell. Describe the composition/structure and function of each cell part. 6. Describe (identify) the cell structure of yeast; composition/structure 7. How do fungi reproduce? Describe general characteristics of spores. Describe the asexual and sexual formation of fungal spores. 8. List and describe (identify) the asexual spores; the sexual spores (see figures on pg. 53 in lab manual). 9. In what kingdom are fungi classified? Name 3 criteria used for classification and identification of fungi. 10. What types of infections do pathogenic fungi cause? 11.
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