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Characteristics. Vocabulary. Molds, Lichens. Mycorrhizae. Club Fungi. Sac Fungi. Industry & Health. Molds, Lichens, Mycorrhizae. Industry & Health. Sac Fungi. Characteristics. Vocabulary. Club Fungi. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200.

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Characteristics


Vocabulary


Molds, Lichens. Mycorrhizae


Club Fungi


Sac Fungi


Industry & Health


Molds, Lichens, Mycorrhizae

Industry & Health

Sac Fungi

Characteristics

Vocabulary

Club Fungi

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Study of Fungi


What is mycology?


Unicellular fungi


What are yeasts?


Thread-like filaments that make up fungi


What are hyphae?


Daily

Double!!


Mass of filaments that make up the body of the fungi


What is mycelia or mycelium?


Hyphae without cross walls


What is coenocytic hyphae?


Fungi that grows on bread and oranges


What are molds?


Fungi type of nutrition also called decomposers


What are saprobes?


Makes up the cell wall of fungi


What is chitin?


Cross walls in some hyphae


What are septum or septa?


Asexual reproduction in yeast where cells pinch off


What is budding?


Hyphae that anchor molds to bread


What are rhizoids?


Released into the environment to break down food


What are digestive enzymes?


Horizontal hyphae in bread molds


What are stolons?


Where mycorrhizae are found on plants


What are roots?


Two organisms living symbiotically in lichens


What What is a fungus and an algae?


Reproductive structures


What are basidia?


A club fungi that can be eaten


What are mushrooms?


Gills containing spores are on the underside of this structure


What is the mushroom cap?


Supports the cap of a mushroom


What is the stipe?


Mushrooms reproduce by this type of spore


What are basidiospores?


Reproduce asexually by these


What are spores?


Another name for this group; comes from the phylum name


What are ascomycetes?


Name for the spore case


What is the ascus?


Common member of this group used to make beer and bread


What are yeasts?


Shape of the spore forming ascocarps


What is the cup?


Daily

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Common circular shaped fungi that attacks humans


What is ringworm?


Mold spores cause this when breathed in by humans


What are allergies?


Antibiotic produced by some fungi


What is penicillin?


Used to make the vaccine for hepatitis B


What are yeasts?


Fungal disease that causes redness and itching of the feet


What is athlete’s foot?


Final

Jeopardy


Fungi reproduction


Asexual method of reproduction in which hyphae dry and shatter releasing cells


What is agar?


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