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Absorptive Heterotrophs

Secrets digestive enzymes and then absorb the resulting small molecules that provide nutrition

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Symbiosis

where two individuals of different species are interdependent

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Hyphae

Each of the branching filaments that make up the mycelium of a fungus

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Mycelium

The regular part of a fungus, consisting of network of fine white filaments

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sporangium

(in ferns and lower plants) a receptacle in which asexual spores are formed

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Spores

haploid reproductive all that gives rise to a gametophyte;
a round resistant form adopted by a bacterial cell in adverse conditions

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Fruiting Body

The spore-producing organ of a fungus, of ten seen as a mushroom or toadstool

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Dikaryotic

A hypha occurring in a certain fungi after sexual reproduction in which each compartment contains 2 nuclei, one from each parent

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Zygotic Meiosis

Meisosi of a zygote immediately after karyogamy, which is the fusion of the 2 cells

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CHYTRIDS

unicellular, spores, break down dead organic matter parasite, and worldwide decline of amphibian populations

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ZYGOMYCETES

Filaments, zygosporangium & sexual, mold growing on food items, some parasites of plants and animals, and mutual symbiont of plants

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AM FUNGI

Filaments, asexual spores, 80% plants colonized by am fungi, and mutualistic symbionts or growing w/in and around cell of plant root systems

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ASCOMYCETES

Both sexual and asexual (spores and ascus), medical yeast, and pathogens of plants, mutual symbionts of plants and animals

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BASIDIOMYCETES

budding, both sexual and asexual spores (basidium), unicellular yeasts, multicellular filaments species, form mycelia, saprohes, and produce spores on outside of basiudum, located in gills of typical white mushroom

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Coenocytic

Cells have many nuclei with no cell walls between them