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Fungi

Biology

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All fungi are autotrophic. True or false False all fungi are heterotrophic
A multicellular fungus that grows on starchy food Rhizopus
A multicellular fungus that grows in a field Mushroom
A unicellular fungus used in baking and brewing Yeast
Part of rhizopus that secretes digestive enzymes and absorbs digested foods Rhizoids
Allows rhizopus to spread along the surface of the substrate Stolon
Part of rhizopus that produces spores Sporangium
Formed by rhizopus to survive unfavourable conditions Zygospore
Carbohydrate found in the cell walls of fungi Chitin
Cells in sporangium divide by ................. to form spores Mitosis
Fungi with no cross walls are known as Aseptate
A mass of fungi is known as Mycelium
Single strand of fungi is known as Hyphae
The names of the reproductive cells some fungi use to reproduce spores
When an organism has more then one nucleus e.g. rhizopus it is said to be? Multi-nucleate
A fungus that feeds on dead organic matter? Saprophytic
Using enzyme controlled reactions to make useful products Bioprocessing
The type of respiration used by yeast to make alcohol Anaerobic respiration (fermentation)
Created by: scienceatkcc
 

 



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