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Fungi Notes

Organisms in this Kingdom are organized based on two things Heterotrophs Multicellular
There is 1 kind of Fungus that is Single Cellular Yeast
Fungi lives in what type of environments Warm and Wet environments
Most fungi do not have the ability to ________ from one location to another move
Many types of fungi cause ______ to humans. harm
A ___________________ feeds on decaying organisms such as dead plants or animals. Saprophytic Fungus
A _________________ feeds on a living organism and causes harm to it. Parasitic Fungus
A Symbiotic Fungus also feeds on a living organism, but it causes __________. No harm
A ___________________ also feeds on a living organism, but it causes No Harm. Symbiotic Fungus
The structures that Fungi use to reproduce are called _________________. Fruiting Structures
_________________ is when fungi grow towards light. Phototropism
__________________ is when fungi grow in the same or opposite direction from gravity. Gravitropism
_____________ are long, thin strands that grow like roots and absorb nutrients and water. Hyphae
___________ is a group, or mass, of hyphae. Mycelium
All Fruiting Structures produce Spores, which grow into ___________. New Fungi
All Fruiting Structures produce _________ which grow into new fungi. Spores
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