BIOL1030-Lecture test2-student

B diploid c triploid d n n 9 mushrooms are

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Unformatted text preview: were studying a plant which had only primary growth and no secondary growth, it would NOT have any A) stem elongation. D) development of thicker woody branches. B) expansion of its root system. E) flowers. C) vascular tissue. 7. Immediately after karyogamy occurs, which term applies? A) heterokaryotic B) diploid C) dikaryotic D) plasmogamy E) haploid 8. Fungal hyphae usually are A) haploid. B) diploid C) triploid D) n + n 9. Mushrooms are _______________. A) in plasmogamy B) sporophyte C) ascocarps D) basidiocarps E) basidiospores 10. The body of most fungi consists of threadlike _____, which form a network called a _____. A) mycelia ... dikaryon D) hyphae ... chytrid B) hyphae ... mycelium E) sporangia ... dikaryon C) mycelia ... hypha 1 11. How do fungi usually obtain nutrients? A)...
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