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11 terms
Fungi
Rhizopus nigricans sporangia
Rhizopus nigricans conjugation
Candida albicans
Aspergillus conidiophores
Zygomycota
Zygomycota
Ascomycota
Ascomycota
Rhizopus nigricans sporangia
Zygomycota
Rhizopus nigricans conjugation
Zygomycota
25 terms
Fungi
fungus
club fungi
yeast
athlete's foot
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll
Fungi that have reproductive structures called basidia that a…
A sac fungi that reproduces by budding
An imperfect fungi that infects feet
fungus
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll
club fungi
Fungi that have reproductive structures called basidia that a…
21 terms
Fungi
absorptive feeders
mycelium
hyphae
haploid
feed by secreting digestive enzymes into environment
meshwork of threadlike filaments
individual filament
chromosomes not paired
absorptive feeders
feed by secreting digestive enzymes into environment
mycelium
meshwork of threadlike filaments
39 terms
Fungi
The science or study of fungi or Mycet…
Microscopic, thread-like filaments tha…
The second stage in the sexual reprodu…
This term applies to a group of fungi…
Mycology
Hyphae
Karyogamy
Dermatophytes
The science or study of fungi or Mycet…
Mycology
Microscopic, thread-like filaments tha…
Hyphae
8 terms
Fungi
chitin
mycelium
hypha
fruiting body
complex carbohydrate that makes up the cell walls of fungi; a…
many hyphae tangled together into a thick mass; makes up the…
tiny filament that makes up a multicellular fungus.
reproductive structure of fungus that develops from a mycelium
chitin
complex carbohydrate that makes up the cell walls of fungi; a…
mycelium
many hyphae tangled together into a thick mass; makes up the…
17 terms
Fungi
chitin
Eukarya
hyphae
fruiting body
Fungi have a cell wall made of ______.
What domain does the Fungi Kingdom belong in?
Fungi bodies are made up of cells that form long, slender bra…
What part of the fungus is covered by the question mark? (Hin…
chitin
Fungi have a cell wall made of ______.
Eukarya
What domain does the Fungi Kingdom belong in?
50 terms
Fungi
molds
Yeasts
mycology
saprophytic
A mold or mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multice…
Unicellular fungi whose colonies resemble those of bacteria.…
the branch of botany that studies fungi and fungus-caused dis…
living on dead or decaying organic matter
molds
A mold or mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multice…
Yeasts
Unicellular fungi whose colonies resemble those of bacteria.…
16 terms
Fungi
Fungi
Decomposer
Budding
Fruiting Body
Eukaryotes that have cell walls, use spores to reproduce and…
Organisms that get energy by breaking down dead organisms int…
a form of asexual reproduction in yeast in which a new cell g…
The reproductive structure of a fungus that contains many hyp…
Fungi
Eukaryotes that have cell walls, use spores to reproduce and…
Decomposer
Organisms that get energy by breaking down dead organisms int…
20 terms
Fungi
What are two things all fungi have in…
how do fungi get nutrients?
Decomposer
Parasite
eukaryotic heterotrophs
Digestive chemicals ooze from tips of hyphae and break down f…
an organism that breaks down large chemicals from dead organi…
an organism that lives on or in a host that causes harm to th…
What are two things all fungi have in…
eukaryotic heterotrophs
how do fungi get nutrients?
Digestive chemicals ooze from tips of hyphae and break down f…
12 terms
fungi
How do fungi obtain nutrients
what is heterotrophic
"body" of fungus is called
What is the body comprised of
secreting enzymes into the surrounding environment and absorb…
eat orgainic molecules made by other organisms
mycellium
filaments called hyphae
How do fungi obtain nutrients
secreting enzymes into the surrounding environment and absorb…
what is heterotrophic
eat orgainic molecules made by other organisms
Fungi
Fungi
Zygomycetes
Sporangium
Zygospores
Lack chlorophyll, walls of chitin, body has hyphae, one cell
bread mold, Rhizopus is the most common bread mold
Where spores are formed or spore case
Are black
Fungi
Lack chlorophyll, walls of chitin, body has hyphae, one cell
Zygomycetes
bread mold, Rhizopus is the most common bread mold
Fungi
The scientific name of bread mold
Example of sac fungi
Example of sporangium fungi
Example of imperfect fungi
Rhizopus stolinifer
Yeast
Bread Mold
Penicillum
The scientific name of bread mold
Rhizopus stolinifer
Example of sac fungi
Yeast
23 terms
Fungi
Mycelium
Hyphae
Rhizoids
Stolon
Made up of a mass of thin threads called hyphae
White fibrous threads,have a unique structure in that many of…
Like roots, hyphae that penetrate the surface of the host or…
Horizontal hyphae that grow the mycelium
Mycelium
Made up of a mass of thin threads called hyphae
Hyphae
White fibrous threads,have a unique structure in that many of…
37 terms
fungi
Parasitic fungi
Saprophytic fungi
An example of an edible fungi
An example of a poisonous fungi
Take their food from living things. keep populations under co…
Take their food from dead sources. when they digest materials…
Field mushrooms
Death Cap
Parasitic fungi
Take their food from living things. keep populations under co…
Saprophytic fungi
Take their food from dead sources. when they digest materials…
31 terms
Fungi
mycology
saprophytic
hyphae
chitin
the branch of botany that studies fungi and fungus-caused dis…
living on dead or decaying organic matter
the thread-like filaments that make up a fungus
complex carbohydrate that makes up the cell walls of fungi; a…
mycology
the branch of botany that studies fungi and fungus-caused dis…
saprophytic
living on dead or decaying organic matter
25 terms
Fungi
Cantharellus formosus
Cantharellus subalbidus
Pleurotus pulmonarius
Amanita muscaria
Golden Chanterelle
White Chanterelle
Oyster mushroom
Fly agaric
Cantharellus formosus
Golden Chanterelle
Cantharellus subalbidus
White Chanterelle
13 terms
Fungi
Eukaryote
Fruiting body
Hyphae
Heterotroph
Cell that contains a nucleus and specialized organelles
Reproductive structure that produces spores
Threadlike filaments that make up a fungus
An organism that cannot make its own food. In a fungus, diges…
Eukaryote
Cell that contains a nucleus and specialized organelles
Fruiting body
Reproductive structure that produces spores
15 terms
Fungi
chitin
rhizoid
hyphae
mycellium
Substance found in the cell wall of fungi
a rootlike structure in nonvascular plants that holds the pla…
one of many long, slender filaments that makes up the body of…
Tangled together strands of hyphae
chitin
Substance found in the cell wall of fungi
rhizoid
a rootlike structure in nonvascular plants that holds the pla…
20 terms
Fungi
chitin
Eukarya
hyphae
fruiting body
Fungi have a cell wall made of ______.
What domain does the Fungi Kingdom belong in?
Fungi bodies are made up of cells that form long, slender bra…
What part of the fungus is seen when growing out the ground?…
chitin
Fungi have a cell wall made of ______.
Eukarya
What domain does the Fungi Kingdom belong in?
23 terms
Fungi
chytridomycota, zygomycota, glomermyco…
fungi share a common ancestor with fla…
have flagellated cells, diverse, live…
diverse habitats and habits, parasites…
Five main clades of fungi
opisthokonts
chytrids
zygomycota
chytridomycota, zygomycota, glomermyco…
Five main clades of fungi
fungi share a common ancestor with fla…
opisthokonts
38 terms
Fungi
The 3 different types of fungi
Characteristics of fungi
Morphological forms
a single filament
Yeasts, molds and mushrooms
some are dimorphic existing as a mold under some conditions a…
filamentous
hypha
The 3 different types of fungi
Yeasts, molds and mushrooms
Characteristics of fungi
some are dimorphic existing as a mold under some conditions a…
9 terms
Fungi
yeasts
hyphae
mycelium
mycorrhizae
single celled fungi
network of tiny filaments
interwoven mass of fungal hyphae
mutualistic relationships between fungi and plants
yeasts
single celled fungi
hyphae
network of tiny filaments
16 terms
Fungi
Purpose Fungi Serve
The main difference between plants and…
Plants are autotrophs, meaning...
Fungi are heterotrophs, meaning...
Help decompose matter to release nutrients and make nutritiou…
how they obtain energy
that they make their own "food" using energy from the sunlight
that they obtain their "food" from outside of themselves
Purpose Fungi Serve
Help decompose matter to release nutrients and make nutritiou…
The main difference between plants and…
how they obtain energy
9 terms
Fungi
Hyphae
Saprophyte
Spore
Basidium
The branching, threadlike tubes that make up the bodies of mu…
An organism that feeds on dead matter (Fungi)
A tiny cell that is able to grow into a new organism
Club-shaped, reproductive structure in which club fungi produ…
Hyphae
The branching, threadlike tubes that make up the bodies of mu…
Saprophyte
An organism that feeds on dead matter (Fungi)
46 terms
Fungi
5 divisions of Fungi
Hyphae
Mycelium
Schizophyllum commune
Eukaryotic, absorptive, zygotic meiosis, unicellular, Filemen…
each of the branching filaments that make up the mycelium of…
the vegetative part of a fungus, consisting of a network of f…
a possible infection of immuno compromised patients
5 divisions of Fungi
Eukaryotic, absorptive, zygotic meiosis, unicellular, Filemen…
Hyphae
each of the branching filaments that make up the mycelium of…
21 terms
Fungi
C. albicans and C. dubliniensis
Germ tube negative
Candida glabrata
Cryptococcus neoformans
2 species that are germ tube positive after 3 hours
Germ tube positive or negative?
- Ferments trehalose at 42 ºC within 3 hours.... - slow-growing…
- may grow at 37° C on Sabouraud dextrose (Sabdex) agar... - Ure…
C. albicans and C. dubliniensis
2 species that are germ tube positive after 3 hours
Germ tube negative
Germ tube positive or negative?
24 terms
Fungi
Five Clades of Fungi
importance of fungi
nutritional modes of fungi
structure
1. Chytrids... 2. Zygomycetes ... 3. Basidiomycetes... 4. Glomeromycet…
-essential for well-being of most ecosystems... -break down orga…
-heterotrophic decomposers... -parasites... -mutualists... -absorption…
-multicellular filaments and single-celled yeasts... -cell walls…
Five Clades of Fungi
1. Chytrids... 2. Zygomycetes ... 3. Basidiomycetes... 4. Glomeromycet…
importance of fungi
-essential for well-being of most ecosystems... -break down orga…
16 terms
Fungi
fungus
yeast
athlete's foot
hyphae
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll.
A sac fungi that reproduces by budding or cloning.
An microscopic fungi that infects feet.
Threadlike filaments of a fungus that branch together.
fungus
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll.
yeast
A sac fungi that reproduces by budding or cloning.
25 terms
Fungi
fungus
club fungi
yeast
athlete's foot
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll
Fungi that have reproductive structures called basidia that a…
A sac fungi that reproduces by budding
An imperfect fungi that infects feet
fungus
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll
club fungi
Fungi that have reproductive structures called basidia that a…
13 terms
Fungi
Microsporum canis
Penicillium chrysogenum
Sporothrix schenckii
Candida albanicans
Microsporum canis
Penicillium chrysogenum
120 terms
Fungi
Fungi
Osmotrophic
Yeast tend to be:
Molds tend to be:
- Eukaryotic, achlorophyllous, never phagotrophic, osmotrophi…
absorbtive
Unicellular... -Medically important ones "bud"... -Colonies resembl…
filamentous
Fungi
- Eukaryotic, achlorophyllous, never phagotrophic, osmotrophi…
Osmotrophic
absorbtive
10 terms
Fungi
Fungi that have reproductive structure…
The beneficial relationship between a…
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls an…
club fungi Fungi that have reproductiv…
Ascomycota
mycorrhizae
Fungus
Basidiomycota
Fungi that have reproductive structure…
Ascomycota
The beneficial relationship between a…
mycorrhizae
344 terms
Fungi
Fungal Basics
what are characteristics of a fungus?
yeast structure
how do yeasts reproduce?
...
-eukaryotic organism (has a nucleus)... -membrane composed of er…
...
budding
Fungal Basics
...
what are characteristics of a fungus?
-eukaryotic organism (has a nucleus)... -membrane composed of er…
16 terms
Fungi
Ascus
Basidia
Budding
Club Fungi
the reproductive structure where spores develop on sac fungi
spore cases of club fungi
A form of asexual reproduction of yeast in which a new cell g…
This group consists of 25,000 members. It includes mushrooms,…
Ascus
the reproductive structure where spores develop on sac fungi
Basidia
spore cases of club fungi
16 terms
Fungi
Fungi
hyphae
mycelium
fruiting bodies
- neither plants nor animals. ... - a kingdom by themselves. ... -…
- the main body of most fungi which consists of enormous numb…
- bundled up hyphae.... - the body of the fungus.... - usually hidd…
- Dense collections of ascending hyphae.
Fungi
- neither plants nor animals. ... - a kingdom by themselves. ... -…
hyphae
- the main body of most fungi which consists of enormous numb…
21 terms
Fungi
Fungi
Mycology
hyphae
fragmenation
Heterotrophic organisms that may be unicellular (yeast) or mu…
The study of fungi
one of the threadlike elements of the mycelium.
in this process, a septate hypha dries and shatters, releasin…
Fungi
Heterotrophic organisms that may be unicellular (yeast) or mu…
Mycology
The study of fungi
16 terms
Fungi
Saprophyte
Parasite
Fission
Budding
An organism that feeds on dead matter
An organism that feeds on a living host
A splitting apart
A form of asexual reproduction of yeast in which a new cell g…
Saprophyte
An organism that feeds on dead matter
Parasite
An organism that feeds on a living host
14 terms
Fungi
coenocytic
haustoria
homothallic
heterothallic
Cells in which nuclei have multiplied without subdivision of…
Projections from fungal hyphae that form rootlike structures…
Fungi in which mating can occur within a single mycelium.
Fungi in which mating requires two different mycelia of diffe…
coenocytic
Cells in which nuclei have multiplied without subdivision of…
haustoria
Projections from fungal hyphae that form rootlike structures…
23 terms
Fungi
molds
Yeasts
mycology
saprophytic
A mold or mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multice…
Unicellular fungi whose colonies resemble those of bacteria.…
the branch of botany that studies fungi and fungus-caused dis…
living on dead or decaying organic matter
molds
A mold or mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multice…
Yeasts
Unicellular fungi whose colonies resemble those of bacteria.…
52 terms
Fungi
molds
Yeasts
mycology
saprophytic
tangled masses of filaments of cells
unicellular fungi whose colonies resemble those of bacteria
the branch of botany that studies fungi and fungus-caused dis…
living on dead or decaying organic matter
molds
tangled masses of filaments of cells
Yeasts
unicellular fungi whose colonies resemble those of bacteria
32 terms
Fungi
hyphae
mycelium
reproductive structure
spore
hyphae
mycelium
8 terms
Fungi
fungus
yeast
athlete's foot
mold
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll
A sac fungi that reproduces by budding
An imperfect fungi that infects feet
A shapeless, fuzzy fungus
fungus
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll
yeast
A sac fungi that reproduces by budding
12 terms
Fungi
soil
many
eukaryotic
food
Most of the fungus grows below the mushroom in the ________.
Most species of fungi are ________-celled organisms.
Fungi cells are ________ because their cells contain a nucleus.
Fungi cells don't contain the green pigment chlorophyll and c…
soil
Most of the fungus grows below the mushroom in the ________.
many
Most species of fungi are ________-celled organisms.
20 terms
Fungi
Fungi
Mushroom
Mold
Yeast
A eukaryotic organism that has cell walls, uses spores to rep…
Fleshly fungi that reproduce by spores, some are edible but s…
A fungus that grows through tubes called hyphae, usually on d…
A single-celled fungi that reproduces by budding and is used…
Fungi
A eukaryotic organism that has cell walls, uses spores to rep…
Mushroom
Fleshly fungi that reproduce by spores, some are edible but s…
48 terms
Fungi
Name all components of Fungi cell wall
T/F Fungi have nuclei?
Antifungal Amphotericin B targets
Antifungal Azoles targets
1. Plasma membrane... 2. Ergosterol*... 3. GPI anchored protein... 4.…
True... Fungi have nuclei, cell wall, sterols... Bacterial have c…
Cell Wall ... ABC
these inhibit ergosterol biosynthesis... Azoles block the activ…
Name all components of Fungi cell wall
1. Plasma membrane... 2. Ergosterol*... 3. GPI anchored protein... 4.…
T/F Fungi have nuclei?
True... Fungi have nuclei, cell wall, sterols... Bacterial have c…
14 terms
Fungi
chitin
Eukarya
hyphae
fruiting body
Fungi have a cell wall made of ______.
What domain does the Fungi Kingdom belong in?
Fungi bodies are made up of cells that form long, slender bra…
What part of the fungus is covered by the question mark? (Hin…
chitin
Fungi have a cell wall made of ______.
Eukarya
What domain does the Fungi Kingdom belong in?
23 terms
Fungi
fungus
club fungi
yeast
athlete's foot
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll
Fungi that have reproductive structures called basidia that a…
A sac fungi that reproduces by budding
An imperfect fungi that infects feet
fungus
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll
club fungi
Fungi that have reproductive structures called basidia that a…
19 terms
Fungi
fungus
club fungi
yeast
hyphae
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll
Fungi that have reproductive structures called basidia that a…
A sac fungi that reproduces by budding
Threadlike strands of fungi. Non-reproductive filaments of a…
fungus
A heterotroph with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll
club fungi
Fungi that have reproductive structures called basidia that a…
39 terms
Fungi
Fungi get their nutrition from...
Fungi are similar to plants because th…
Fungi is different from plants because…
Heterotrophic
living or dead matter
cell walls and can not move about (sessile)
do not contain chlorophyll and are heterotrophic
organisms that can not make their own food
Fungi get their nutrition from...
living or dead matter
Fungi are similar to plants because th…
cell walls and can not move about (sessile)
84 terms
Fungi
soil
many
eukaryotic
one
Most of the fungus grows below the mushroom in the ________.
Most species of fungi are ________-celled organisms.
Fungi cells are ________ because their cells contain a nucleus.
Some fungi cells contain more than ________ nucleus.
soil
Most of the fungus grows below the mushroom in the ________.
many
Most species of fungi are ________-celled organisms.
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