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Microbiology baker

micro- Chapters 5 and 8

What are the Eucaryotic Microbes? Fungi Protozoa Parisitic Worms Algae
Macroscopic Fungi Mushrooms, Puff Balls, Gill Fungi
Microscopic Fungi Molds Yeasts
Yeast Round, Ovoid Shape, Asexual reproduction
Hyphae Long filamentousm fungi or molds
Dimorphic Characteristics of some pathogenic molds
Fungal Nutrition heterotrophic, Majority are harmless living off of dead plants and animals, temp 20-49 degrees celsius, Some are parasites, living on the tissues of other organisms, None are obligate
Yeast Soft uniform texture and appearance
Filamentous Mass of hyphae calld mycelium, Cottony, hairy, vevelty, may be divided by septate
Vegatative Hyphae digest and absorb nutrients
reproductive hyphae produces spores for reproduction
Asexual reproduction of fungus Spores are formed through budding or mitosis. Connidia or sporangiospheres
Sexual reproduction of fungus spores are formed following fusion of male and female strates and formation of sexual structure
zygomycota Zygospores sporangiospores and some conidia
Ascomycota ascospores and conidia
Basidiomycota conidia
Chytridomycota majority are yeasts and molds no sexual spores known. Conidia
Created by: jodijohnson.2010