AP Biology Chapter 31
What do hyphae form
what are mycellium made up of
what are on the ends of mycellium
what is it called with the mycellium have cell walls?
what is it called when there are no cell walls in the hyphae?
what is an evolutionary adaptation that allows fungi to trap and prey on animals?
The fusion of cytoplasm is called this
when the cytoplasm is fused but the nuclei are still separate it is in what stage
the fusion of the nuclei is called
which class of fungi has flagella
which fungi is aquatic
what type of fungi is black mold?
which fungi produces spores?
what type of fungi are truffles?
mushrooms are what kind of fungi?
what is another name for club fungi
what is another name for basidiomycota
ascomycota fungi are also known as
the spores of ascomycota are called
an example of mold is
what is a brush-like mold called
what is a unicellular fungi that inhabits moist habitats
what is the name of the yeast that bakers use
what is the name of the yeast that can infect a human?
what is a symbiotic association between fungi and algae
what are lichens sensitive to
what is a mutualistic association with plant roots called
mycorrhizae is what
the exchange of minerals between plants and fungi
what is an ecological benefit from fungi
what are pathogenic fungi _______ and ______
athelets foot; ringworm
1st class of fungi
2nd class of fungi
3rd class of fungi
4th class of fungi
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