FUNGI. 22-1 Characteristics of Fungi 22-2 Fungal Diversity 22-3 Fungal Associations. Fungi Kingdom .
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22-1 Characteristics of Fungi
22-2 Fungal Diversity
22-3 Fungal Associations
Fungi are heterotrophic – the stalk and the cap of a mushroom are not green like the leaves of a plant; plants appear green because they contain chlorophyll; fungi do not contain chlorophyll; fungi obtain energy by absorbing organic molecules from their surroundings
Label the parts of the mushroom
FUNGI ARE HETEROTROPHIC DECOMPOSERS.
THE HYPHAE TIPS SECRETE AN ENZYME THAT BREAK DOWN ORGANIC MATERIAL.
FUNGI REPRODUCE BY SPORES.
A fungus and a photosynthetic partner in which the fungal partner protects the photosynthetic partner
Fungus transfers minerals to a plant’s roots, which in turn supply carbohydrates to the fungus