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5 Matching questions

  1. Fragmentation- the hyphae may break up into cell components forming either:
    I. _____ (only in septated molds)
    II. ____ (cells enclosed within an envelope)
  2. Microscopic filaments that branch in all directions.
  3. Scientific name: Onchocerca volvulus
    Common name ...
  4. Refer to the sex organs or gametes which are morphologically INDistinguishable. (similar)
  5. Largest tissue roundworm.
  1. a Blinding filaria
  2. b Dracunculus medinesis
  3. c I. conidia (pl.) or artherospores
    II. chlamydospores
  4. d Thallus
  5. e Isogametangia or isogametes

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Mycosis
  2. Chrysops fly (Deerfly)
  3. 1. Myxomycota (slime mold)
    2. Eumycota (true fungi)
  4. Mycotoxicosis
  5. Female Culex and Anopheles mosquitos

5 True/False questions

  1. Spores that are produced on the tips or sides of hypha termed condia.Condiospor

          

  2. Dracunculus medinesis Prevention, and Control:Water FILTRATION

          

  3. Spores borne on sporangium (sing.) (which are vessels), a sac-like structure whose entire contents are converted into one or more spores which may be motile (aplanospores) by one or two flagella.Sporangiospores

          

  4. A single filament filled with (filled with) protoplasm, which may be continuos (_____) or interrupted at irregular intervals by portion of cross walls called _____ (_____).1. Parasites
    2. Saprophytes
    3. Facultative parasite

          

  5. Sexual Methods of Reproduction: (3)1. Planogametic Copulation
    2. Gametangial contact
    3. Gametangial copulation

          

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