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Fungi Notes

7th grade science chapter 11

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A twisted mass of fungal hyphae that have grown together Mycelium
The combination of a fungus and an algae that grows intertwined and exists in a symbiotic relationship Lichen
An organism in the fungi Kingdom Fungus
A kingdom of complex organisms that obtain food by breaking down other substances in their surroundings and then absorb the nutrients. Fungi
A small reproductive cell protected by a thick wall Spore
Shapeless, fuzzy fungus Mold
Chains of cells that make up multicellular fungi Hyphae
If the hyphae breaks apart and is moved to a new area, if the conditions are favorable, new fungi can grow. The Fungi can also send spores on the wind can regrow when they land Asexual
The sex cells join to produce sexual spores that grow into a new fungus. Sexual
Fungi can be... Decomposer/Consumer
They need to live near... Their food supply
Some can turn minerals into a form for plants to use example of symbiotic relationship
The fungi can also protect the plants from disease causing organisms. example of symbiotic relationship
Eukaryotic consumers Characteristics of Fungi
Variety of sizes Characteristics of Fungi
Variety of shapes Characteristics of Fungi
Variety of colors Characteristics of Fungi
Fungi are everywhere Characteristics of Fungi
They are used to make a variety of foods, medicines, and some are parasites. Characteristics of Fungi
Shapeless, fuzzy fungi Threadlike Fungi
Most of these fungi live in the soil. Since some are parasites they would be in or on hosts. Threadlike Fungi
Many are parasites. Sac Fungi
Reproduce by budding Yeast
Created by: daisy.diesel