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basidium spore bearing structure of a basidiomycete
stolon in fungi, a stemlike hypha that runs along the surface of an object; in plants, a long, trailing stem that produces roots when it touches the ground
zygospore resting spore that contains zygotes formed during the sexual phase of a mold's life cycle
ascospore haploid spore produced within the ascus of ascomycetes
rhizoid in fungi, a rootlike hypha that penetrates the surface of an object; in mosses, a long, thin cell that anchors the moss to the ground and absorbs water and minerals from the surrounding soil
conidium tiny fungal spore that forms at the tips of specialized hyphae in ascomycetes
basidiospore spore in basidiomycetes that germinates to produce haploid primary mycelia
gametangium gamete-producing structure found in black bread mold
ascus structure within the fruiting body of an ascomycete in which two nuclei of different mating types fuse
budding asexual process by which yeasts increase in number; process of attaching a bud to a plant to produce a new branch
saprobe organism that obtains food from decaying organic matter
lichen symbiotic association between a fungus and a photosynthetic organism
mycorrhiza symbiotic association of plant roots and fungi
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