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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Angeline Kirkpatrick and Theresa De Cree
Scientific Name: Agaricusbisporus
Main function is to disperse spores for reproduction
Where meiosis occurs to make reproductive cells
Where mitosis occurs; supports cap
Network of hyphae; absorbs nutrients for mushroom
How to get rid of mushrooms without spreading spores
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