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What are saprophytes? Decomposers - feed on dead and decaying matter
Give an example of fungi living as a symbionts Lichen
What are individual filaments of a fungi called? Hyphae
What is a singular filament of a fungi called?h Hypha
What are a collection/network of hyphae called? Mycelium
What are the period junction between nuclei called in hypha? Septum
If hyphae are not compartmentalised, what are they? Aseptate
What is another term for aseptate mycelia? Coenocytic
Give an example of a fungi which is not filamentous Yeast
Fungi have a cell wall which contains ____ Chitin
What spores are produced for dispersal? Asexual spores
What spores are produced for survival? Sexual
What are chlamydospores? Asexual spores of a hypha which round off and bud, leading to detachment
Created by: Jake_Bark