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Mushroom Reproduction Angeline Kirkpatrick and Theresa De Cree. Scientific Name: Agaricus bisporus Kingdom: Fungus Genus: Amanitas Species: Basidiomycota Eukaryotic organisms. Kingdom: Fungus Filamentous Achlorophyllous Eukaryotes Reproduce sexually and asexually .

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Mushroom Reproduction

Angeline Kirkpatrick and Theresa De Cree


Scientific Name: Agaricusbisporus

Kingdom: Fungus

Genus: Amanitas

Species: Basidiomycota

Eukaryotic organisms


  • Kingdom: Fungus

    • Filamentous

    • Achlorophyllous

    • Eukaryotes

    • Reproduce sexually and asexually


Mitosis in the stem
Mitosis in The Stem

Paraphase

Metaphase

Anaphase

Telophase

Cytokenisis



Parts of a Mushroom

Main function is to disperse spores for reproduction


Parts of a Mushroom

Where meiosis occurs to make reproductive cells


Parts of a Mushroom

Where mitosis occurs; supports cap


Parts of a Mushroom

Network of hyphae; absorbs nutrients for mushroom


Meiosis in the cap
Meiosis in The Cap

Prophase 1

Metaphase 1

Anaphase 1

Telophase 1

Prophase 2

Metaphase 2

Anaphase 2


Spores

  • Have no embryo

  • Not made by diffusion

  • Produced by bacteria


Spores

  • Spores are produced when

    • When cells divide in the Sporangium

    • Millions of spores are produced to ensure survival

    • Spores are shot into the air


A Spore becomes a mushroom when…

  • The spore lands in a moist warm area

  • The spores cells divides to form a chain of cells

  • Chain becomes hyphae

  • Hyphae becomes mycelium


Real world
Real World

How to get rid of mushrooms without spreading spores

  • Avoid excessive water on lawn

  • Remove mushrooms as seen

  • Dig up mushrooms

  • Dispose of old mulch


References

Coila, B. (2009). The reproductive life cycle of a mushroon. Retrieved from Suite 101 website: http://suite101.com/article/the-reproductive-life-cycle-of-a-mushroom- a114504

Grover, A. (2012). Mushroom Mycelium [Photograph]. Retrieved from http://www.gardenguides.com/125923-mushroom-spores.html

Hoyt, R. (2010). Facts of mushroom spores. Retrieved from http://www.gardenguides.com/125923-mushroom-spores.html

Learning, E. (2011). Parts of a mushroom [Image]. Retrieved from http://3.bp.blogspot.com/- yoqKNztwG6Y/UMdGBOB5GDI/AAAAAAAAAFY/eqRnbmFcH3Q/s1600/labeled- mushroom-112t6ok.gif

Mitosis [Illustration]. (2012). Retrieved from http://team6cell.pbworks.com/f/mitosis.jpg

Park, T. B. (2001). Basidiomycota [Photograph]. Retrieved from http://www.floridanature.org/photos/Basidiomycota_3b,_Tallahassee,_200102.jp g

West, M. (1995). Strobilomycesfloccopus [Photograph]. Retrieved from http://gait.aidi.udel.edu/mushroom/spore/index.html


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