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Fungi

TermDefinition
Fruiting Bodies (reproductive body) (are above ground).
Hyphae Microscopic threadlike fibers that make up the body the fungus.
Mycelium Mass of interwoven hyphae that makes the food gathering body of the fungus.
Decomposers Break down and recycle debris to make energy and nutrients available to other living things.
Humus Moist, dark brown soil composed of decaying plants and animal remains,
Mycorrhizae Symbiotic relationship between plant and fungi,
Symbiotic Relationship Fungi helps plant absorb nutrients from soil and receive sugar from the plants.
Lichen Symbiotic relationship between fungus and algae,
Algae Food source for the fungus.
Plant Diseases? Mildew, Wheat rust, corn smut.
Animal Diseases? Athletes Foot, ring worm, yeast infection.
Spor Reproductive unit of a fungus.
Created by: villegasc0518