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Module 4.

TermDefinition
Extracellular digestion Digestion that takes place outside of the cell.
Rhizoids hypha Hypha that is Imbedded in the materiel upon which the fungus grows
Stolon Aerial hypha that asexually reproduce to make more filaments.
Fermentation Anaerobic breakdown of sugars into the smaller molecules.
Hypha A filament of fungal cells.
Saprophytic Feeding on the remains of dead organisms.
Parasitic Feeding on the living host
Chitin A chemical that provides both toughness and flexibility.
Rhizoids hypha Are responsible for supporting the fungus and digesting food.
Aerial hypha Is not imbedded in the material upon which the fungus grows.
Sporophore Specialized aerial hypha that produces spores.
Basidomycota Form sexual spores on clublike basida.
Ascomycota Form sexual spores in saclike asci.
Zygomycota Form sexual spores where hypha fuse.
Chytridiomycota Form spores with flagella.
Deuteromycota Fungi with no known method of sexual reproduction.
Myxomycota Fungi that look like Protozoa for much of their lives.
Veins Thin membrane to protect the spores until the mushroom is mature.
Cap To protect the gills and spores.
Gills Are to hold the spores, the microscopic “seeds” of the mushroom.
Stem To attach the important stuff-for the plants, or fungus, to reproduce parts of growth.
Bread mold #1: Asexually reproduce when’s stolon lengthens and forms new filaments.
Bread mold #2: Asexual reproduction involves the production of sporangia that release spores.
Bread mold #3: Hypha can fuse together sexually reproduce to form a zygosphore that can then mature into another fungus.
Symbiotic Form between fungi and plant relationship.
Created by: Ikrfootball