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Friendly Bio. Ch 20

Vocabulary Terminology for Chapter 20 in Friendly Biology

Question or TermAnswer or Definition
Saprophytes Means they live off of dead organisms and are fungi.
Fungi Are known as decomposers.
Crosswalls In their hyphae are how the fungi are categorized.
Hyphae Can be considered to be like roots which grow through the substance being eaten by the fungus.
Sexually and Asexually Are how fungi can reproduce.
Division zygomycota Are fungi that have no crosswalls in their hyphae such as the common black bread mold.
Division Basidiomycota Are fungi that have crosswalls in their hyphae such as mushrooms.
Division Ascomycota Are fungi that have crosswalls with holes or perforations.
Morels & Bread yeast, which are members of Division Ascomycota, Reproduce through the use of asci or sacs which produce ascspores.
Division Deuteromycota Have reproductive cycles not yet fully understood.
Athlete’s foot fungus, fungus used to create penicillin, and those that are used to flavor cheeses belong to Division Deuteromycota.
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