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Hyphae Are branching thread-like tubes that make up the bodies multicellular fungi
Fruiting Bodies Fungi produce spores in rproductive structure
Budding Unicellular yeast cells undergo a form of a sexual reproduction
Sac fungi Sac fungi produce spores in structures that look like long sacs, such as these. The largest group of fungi, they include yeasts, morsels```````, and truffles
Club fungi Club fungi produce in tiny clublike structures. this group include mushrooms, rusts, and puffballs
Zygote fungi Zygote fungi produce very reinistant spores. This group includes many common fruit and bread molds
Lichen Lichen contain of a fungus and either alage or autotrophic bacteria that live together in a mutualistic relationship