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Chapter 1 Lesson 4

Single-celled or many-celled living things that cannot make their own food. Fungi
Threadlike structure that make up the body of a mushroom and some other fungi. Hyphae
A cell that can grow into a new fungus. Spore
Common fungi that look cottony or woolly. Molds
These are formed when fungi live closely together with algae. Lichens
How do fungi obtain food? Fungi absorb it from living things or dead things.
Where do the spores of a mushroom form? Spores form in the gills.
Where do bracket fungi most often grow? Bracket fungi grows on tree limbs, tree stumps, or logs.
How do the cells of fungi differ from the cells of plants or animals? The cells of fungi may have more than one nucleus.
Created by: avajackson