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Biol 101 lab 4

Biol 101 Lab Final

two vegetative growth forms septate and coenocytic hyphae
what is septate hypahe has septums
what is coenocytic hyphae no septums
features of filamentous fungi? have hyphae
what are no filamentous fungi ? no hyphae- yeasts
What is unique about Chytridomycota? they are usually aquatic. Produce motile cells having a single flagellum.
What is unique about Zygomycota? zygospores, and black bread molds
What is unique of Glomeromycota? arbuscular mycorrhizae
What is unique of Ascomycota? saclike sturctures with spores(asci)
What is unique of Basidiomycota? club-shaped structures called basidia, reg. mushrooms
Lichens symbiotic relationship between algae and cyanobacteria or fungi (asco or basidi)
What does cyanobacteria provide lichen? fixing nitrogen, photosynthesis
What does the fungi provide lciehn? water, minerals and protected environment
What are the three grown forms of fungi? crustose, foliose, and fruiticose
What is a crustose growth adheres and weathers rock
What is foliose growth? flat, expanded, leaf-like lobes and is common on tree bark
What is fruitocse growth? very small shrub looking
Are the Chyrtids single celled, filamentous septate or aseptate? yes, no, yes
Are the Zygomycetes single celled, filamentous septate or aseptate? no, no , yes
Are the Glomeromycetes single celled, filamentous septate or aseptate? no, no ,yes
Are the Ascomyctes single celled, filamentous septate or aseptate? yes, yes, no
Are the Basidiomycota single celled, filamentous septate or aseptate? yes, ye, no
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