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Honors: Chapter 20 General Information about Fungi: What are Fungi? C0 c C61 % Qhﬂﬂﬂ ( a (‘th How do fungi obtain nutrients? Structure & Function of Fungi: l: Except for yeasts, ALL fungi are _ mu Hﬂc g l 3 52 i Q g: and composed oftiny
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El Most fungi reproduce both :53; 29 $5 ! Q 30:) Q 3mg milk I Asexual: El In some fungi, spores are produced in structures called ‘3ch Q ggei CL .
El Sporangia are found at the tips of specialized hyphae called § Pmrg 99 '5 Q PhQr ﬁg . m I Sexual: El _ Sexual reproduction involves a $m¢§g 8% \5 1m - a gamete-forming structure produced when the hyphae of opposing mating types of fungi meet L. Carnes Classiﬁcation of Fungi I3 Fungi are classiﬁed according to their r to - ‘5
U The 4 main groups of fungi are: 1. - %0Wcota Ccommcm Molds) 2. - ascomcg‘cotot Cmc 609—9le 3. - boad‘tommm (dob frat)
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