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Unformatted text preview: ores than fungi that are dispersed by attachment to insects. Why? 17. Relative to wind‐dispersal, insect dispersal presents less risk but also less opportunity. Why is that so? 18. What conditions will induce fungi to produce survival spores? 19. How do yeasts differ from other fungi? 20. Fungi are haploid, what does that mean? 21. Describe the costs and benefits of the haploid condition as compared to diploidy. 22. Fungi are modular organisms, whereas animals are unitary. What is the difference? 23. What is a spore print and how is it made? 24. What is the difference between a partial veil and a universal veil? 25. What is...
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