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Fungi
Fungal characteristics
chitin
eukaryotic
Heterotrophs
eukaryotes, multicellular (except yeast), non-motile, cell wa…
substance found in the exoskeleton of arthropods.
Fungi cells are ________ because their cells contain a nucleus.
digest food outside the cell then absorb it.
Fungal characteristics
eukaryotes, multicellular (except yeast), non-motile, cell wa…
chitin
substance found in the exoskeleton of arthropods.
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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Ch. 21: Fungi
structure, methods of reproduction
zygomycota
zygospore
rhizoids
Fungi are classified according to their ________ and ________
The common molds belong to the phylum ________.
A resting spore that contains a zygote is called a ________.
Rootlike hypae in the bread mold are ________ .
structure, methods of reproduction
Fungi are classified according to their ________ and ________
zygomycota
The common molds belong to the phylum ________.
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Fungi - Biology (Hilton)
what are fungi cell walls made of?
what are hyphae?
a network of complex branching hyphae…
where are spores produced?
chitin
threadlike tubular filaments in fungi
mycelium
sporangium
what are fungi cell walls made of?
chitin
what are hyphae?
threadlike tubular filaments in fungi
30 terms
Bio Fungi
Mycology
Fungi
Fungus
1. Eukaryotic... 2. Heterotrophs... 3. Multi…
The study of fungi
Singular
Plural
What are 4 main characteristics of fungi?
Mycology
The study of fungi
Fungi
Singular
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Fungi and Lichen Lab
Hyphae
Pseudohyphae
Mycelium
Thallus
A long filament of cells in fungi or actinomycetes
A short chain of fungal cells that results from the lack of s…
A mass of long filaments of cells that branch and intertwine,…
The entire vegetative structure or body of a fungus, lichen,…
Hyphae
A long filament of cells in fungi or actinomycetes
Pseudohyphae
A short chain of fungal cells that results from the lack of s…
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Microbiology Ch. 21: Fungi #2
structure, methods of reproduction
zygomycota
zygospore
Rhizopus stolonifer
Fungi are classified according to their ________ and ________
The common molds belong to the phylum ________.
A resting spore that contains a zygote is called a ________.
The scientific name for black bread mold is ________ ________
structure, methods of reproduction
Fungi are classified according to their ________ and ________
zygomycota
The common molds belong to the phylum ________.
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Union University Microbiology 17 Eukaryotic Microorganisms: The Fungi
1. No chlorophyll... 2. chitin in the fun…
Molds
yeasts
hyphae
Name the four shared characteristics of organisms in the King…
fungi that grow as long tangled filaments of cells in visible…
unicellular fungi
long tangled filaments of fungal cells
1. No chlorophyll... 2. chitin in the fun…
Name the four shared characteristics of organisms in the King…
Molds
fungi that grow as long tangled filaments of cells in visible…
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Fungi
fungi
hyphae
cells walls made of
structures
eukaryotic, multicellular, hyphae, cell walls, heterotrophic
threadlike bodies made of slender filaments
chitin, also in insects
main body, mycelium, fruiting body
fungi
eukaryotic, multicellular, hyphae, cell walls, heterotrophic
hyphae
threadlike bodies made of slender filaments
21 terms
Bio Lecture Fungus
absorptive; heterotrophs, absorbs
hyphae
mycelium
parasitic
Fungi are ________ __________, meaning they _______ food afte…
Fungi have mass of threadlike filaments called
Hyphae make up the?
some fungi obtain their nutrients at the expense of living pl…
absorptive; heterotrophs, absorbs
Fungi are ________ __________, meaning they _______ food afte…
hyphae
Fungi have mass of threadlike filaments called
30 terms
Bio Fungi
Mycology
Fungi
Fungus
1. Eukaryotic... 2. Heterotrophs... 3. Multi…
The study of fungi
Singular
Plural
What are 4 main characteristics of fungi?
Mycology
The study of fungi
Fungi
Singular
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BIO 112 lab 5
chytridiomycota
zygomycota
ascomycota
basidiomycota
only fungi phylum with a flagellated stage, diverged earliest
(phylum) zygote fungi, mainly found on decaying plant or anim…
(phylum) sac/cup fungi
(phylum) club fungi, important decomposers of wood, include m…
chytridiomycota
only fungi phylum with a flagellated stage, diverged earliest
zygomycota
(phylum) zygote fungi, mainly found on decaying plant or anim…
31 terms
Fungi- Chapter 21
Fungi Basics
Chitin
Basic structure of fungi
hyphae
Eukaryotic... Heterotrophic(decomposers and parasites)... cell wall…
a carbohydrate also found in the exoskeletons of insects
multicellular(except for yeasts)... body composed of hyphae
thin filaments(only one cell thick)
Fungi Basics
Eukaryotic... Heterotrophic(decomposers and parasites)... cell wall…
Chitin
a carbohydrate also found in the exoskeletons of insects
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Common Features of the Kingdom Fungi
Fungi
Example of a common feature of Fungi
Fungi Food Digestion
Fungi Food Absorption
Although all of the Divisions of this Kingdom are very distin…
Fungi are eukaryotic, unicellular or multicellular organisms
Food is digested externally by enzymes before being absorbed…
Food absorption takes place in the mycelium, a mesh of micros…
Fungi
Although all of the Divisions of this Kingdom are very distin…
Example of a common feature of Fungi
Fungi are eukaryotic, unicellular or multicellular organisms
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Science
protist
protist is _______
What are the 3 types of protists
plant like
a member of a group of eukaryotic organism, which have a memb…
a eukaryote that cannot be classified as a plant, animal, or…
plantlike,animal like, fungus like
make there own food, algae
protist
a member of a group of eukaryotic organism, which have a memb…
protist is _______
a eukaryote that cannot be classified as a plant, animal, or…
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Lecture 22: Fungi
Eukaryotes
Aspergillus flavus
Afatoxins
Saprobes
It is difficult to cure fungal infections because both the ta…
Makes afatoxins
Naturally occurring mycotoxins made by aspergillus flavus
organisms that feed of dead organic matter
Eukaryotes
It is difficult to cure fungal infections because both the ta…
Aspergillus flavus
Makes afatoxins
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7 - Quiz #7 - Fungi Kingdom
eukaryotic means....
What do decomposers do?
parasites are
spores
it has a nucleus
breakdown materials
organisms that benefit while harming another
tiny cells that grow into new fungi
eukaryotic means....
it has a nucleus
What do decomposers do?
breakdown materials
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Biology 21
Eukaryotic heterotrophs
Digest food
Absorb nutrients
Except for yeast
Have a cell walls made of chitin
Outside their bodies and then absorb it
From decaying matter and from host
All fungi are multicellular
Eukaryotic heterotrophs
Have a cell walls made of chitin
Digest food
Outside their bodies and then absorb it
13 terms
Bio
Kingdom protista
Protozoa
Algae
Slime and water moulds
Made up of three groups according to their nutrition ... •Protoz…
Hetertrophic , mostly live as single cells, few form colonies…
Aquatic organisms which carry out photosynthesis ... Classified…
Have characteristics of fungi, Protozoa and plants ... Produce…
Kingdom protista
Made up of three groups according to their nutrition ... •Protoz…
Protozoa
Hetertrophic , mostly live as single cells, few form colonies…
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.…
60 terms
Fungi
kingdom fungi
characteristics of fungi
mycosis
heterotrophic fungi
mushrooms, mildew, mold, morels, yeasts
-80,000 spp.... -Mostly multicellular eukaryotes that share a co…
fungal infection
saprotrophic decomposers
kingdom fungi
mushrooms, mildew, mold, morels, yeasts
characteristics of fungi
-80,000 spp.... -Mostly multicellular eukaryotes that share a co…
34 terms
Protist and Fungi Vocab
Protist
Animal-like protist
Dinoflagellates
Diatoms
Any eukaryotic organism that is not a plant, an animal or fun…
Heterotrophic protist that are classified according to their…
plant-like protists that are members of the phylum pyrophyta…
Plant like protist that produces cell walls rich in silicon.…
Protist
Any eukaryotic organism that is not a plant, an animal or fun…
Animal-like protist
Heterotrophic protist that are classified according to their…
17 terms
Fungi
Mycology
The single-celled fungi are
Fungi sexual and asexual reproduction`
Multicellular Fungi
Is the study of fungi
Yeast, use oxygen, fission divide symmetrically, budding divi…
Mitosis and meiosis (from zygote, spores)
The fungal thallus (body) consist of hyphae
Mycology
Is the study of fungi
The single-celled fungi are
Yeast, use oxygen, fission divide symmetrically, budding divi…
Fungi
heterotrophs
hyphae
spores
carbon dioxide
All fungi are
Multicellular fungi are made up of threadlike tubes called
Most fungi reproduce by means of
Bread dough rises because yeast produces
heterotrophs
All fungi are
hyphae
Multicellular fungi are made up of threadlike tubes called
15 terms
Fungi Packet 9/5
Mycelium
Heterotrophic
Hypae
4 major phyla
fungi contain cell walls containing what material?
all fungi are ________ they cannot make their own food
the individual long, slender filaments of a fungal body are c…
basidomnycota, chytriemycota, zygomycota, ascomycota
Mycelium
fungi contain cell walls containing what material?
Heterotrophic
all fungi are ________ they cannot make their own food
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DoL Unit 2:Lesson 2-Protists & Fungi #2
Protista
Flagellum
Amoebas
Cilia
a group of eukaryotic organisms that cannot be classified as…
a whip like structure that propels the cell forward.
protists that move by stretching their bodies.
hair like structures that beat rapidly back and forth.
Protista
a group of eukaryotic organisms that cannot be classified as…
Flagellum
a whip like structure that propels the cell forward.
25 terms
Chapter 8 Study Guide Set 2
All of the following are characteristi…
Fungi are classified according to thei…
Water molds produced sexual spores fro…
The hyphae of the black bread mold for…
chlorophyll
reproduce
gametes
mycelium
All of the following are characteristi…
chlorophyll
Fungi are classified according to thei…
reproduce
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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)
99 terms
Fungi: An Exhaustive Guide
Mycology is _____.
All fungi are classified into the King…
In our course, fungi are classified in…
Eumycota means ______.
the study of fungi
Fungi
Eumycota
true fungi
Mycology is _____.
the study of fungi
All fungi are classified into the King…
Fungi
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Science Exam - 7th - Iberg
Chapter 8 quiz part
Viruses are considered non-living beca…
Viruses are measured in ________
The shape of bacteria could be Rodlike…
1
They are not made of cells
Nanometers
Spirals
Chapter 8 quiz part
1
Viruses are considered non-living beca…
They are not made of cells
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Bacteria, virus, protist, fungi
Hyphae
Spores
Decomposers
Mycelium
Multicellular fungi are made up of continuous threads of cyto…
How does multicellular fungi reproduce?
Fungi that food from dead organisms
Twisted mass hyphae that make up the body of fungus
Hyphae
Multicellular fungi are made up of continuous threads of cyto…
Spores
How does multicellular fungi reproduce?
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Muncy Life Science Chapter 7 (Sections 3 and 4)
Protists
Characteristics of All Protists
Three Types of Protists
Animal-like protist
Eukaryotes (An organism whose cell contains a nucleus) that c…
-Eukaryotes (No nucleus) ... -Live in moist surroundings
1. Animal-like protist... 2. Plant-like protists... 3. Fungus-like…
-Heterotrophs (Can't make own food)... -Most can move... -Unicellular
Protists
Eukaryotes (An organism whose cell contains a nucleus) that c…
Characteristics of All Protists
-Eukaryotes (No nucleus) ... -Live in moist surroundings
25 terms
bio 21-2
fungi are classified according to:
The four main groups of fungi are:
Familiar molds that grow on meat, chee…
______ have life cycles that include a…
their structure and method of reproduction
1. common molds (zygomycota)... 2. sac fungi (Ascomycota)... 3. clu…
zygomycetes
zygomycetes
fungi are classified according to:
their structure and method of reproduction
The four main groups of fungi are:
1. common molds (zygomycota)... 2. sac fungi (Ascomycota)... 3. clu…
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Biology fungi
Asexual reproduction in fungi
Where are sporangia
How do most fungi reproduce
Sexual reproduction in fungi
Hyphae break off and grow on their own; some fungi produce sp…
Sporangia are at tips of specialized hyphae called sporangiop…
Sexually and asexually
Involves two mating types plus and minus; after growth and de…
Asexual reproduction in fungi
Hyphae break off and grow on their own; some fungi produce sp…
Where are sporangia
Sporangia are at tips of specialized hyphae called sporangiop…
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Fungi (Ch. 31)
why is fungi essential for the well-be…
fungi nutrition and ecology
body structure of fungi
mycelia
they are essential for the well-being of most terrestrial eco…
-heterotrophs that feed by absorption... -absorb nutrients from…
-multicellular filaments and/or single cells (yeasts)... -consis…
networks of branches hyphae adapted for absorption
why is fungi essential for the well-be…
they are essential for the well-being of most terrestrial eco…
fungi nutrition and ecology
-heterotrophs that feed by absorption... -absorb nutrients from…
9 terms
Kingdom animalia and fungi
Characteristics of kingdom Animalia
Classification of animalia
Characteristics of fungi
Classification of fungi
Multicellular eukaryotic hetrophic produce sexually no cell w…
Based on physical structure and organization and function of…
Multicellular heterotrophic have no roots eukaryotes
Classified by method of reproduction and reproductive structu…
Characteristics of kingdom Animalia
Multicellular eukaryotic hetrophic produce sexually no cell w…
Classification of animalia
Based on physical structure and organization and function of…
25 terms
kingdom fungi
cell wall is made of
Fungi can be unicellular or
Are fungi prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
Eukaryotic
Chitin
Multicellular
Eukaryotic
Any organism whose cells contain a nucleus and other organell…
cell wall is made of
Chitin
Fungi can be unicellular or
Multicellular
10 terms
bio study: major points
ascus
meiosis
zygote
club
the microscopic structure that produces spores in sac fungi
how are the spores carried in zygote fungi to new locations
the type of fungi including bread mold
what type of fungi are mushrooms, toadstools, puffballs, and…
ascus
the microscopic structure that produces spores in sac fungi
meiosis
how are the spores carried in zygote fungi to new locations
47 terms
Fungi
Absorptive heterotrophs
Glycogen
Decomposers, recyclers of nutrients
No
Fungi are ___________ ______________
Fungi store food energy as _______
Fungi are important ___________ & _________ __ __________ in…
Are fungi plants?
Absorptive heterotrophs
Fungi are ___________ ______________
Glycogen
Fungi store food energy as _______
Chapter 5
Archea
Bacteria
Protista
Fungi
Cell type: prokaryotic... Cell wall: peptidogglycan... Body form: u…
Cell type: prokaryotic ... Cell wall: peptidoglycan... Body form: u…
Cell type: eukaryotic ... Cell wall: various ... Body form: unicell…
Cell type: eukaryotic ... Cell wall: chitin ... Body form: multicel…
Archea
Cell type: prokaryotic... Cell wall: peptidogglycan... Body form: u…
Bacteria
Cell type: prokaryotic ... Cell wall: peptidoglycan... Body form: u…
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Protists and Fungi Vocabulary
Protist
Animal-like protists
Pseudopod
Trichocyst
Any eukaryotic organism that is not a plant, an animal, or a…
Heterotrophic protists that are classified according to their…
Cytoplasmic projections that allow single-called organisms to…
Small, bottle-shaped structures use by Paramecium for defense
Protist
Any eukaryotic organism that is not a plant, an animal, or a…
Animal-like protists
Heterotrophic protists that are classified according to their…
17 terms
12 - FUNgi Study Guide
eukaryotic
unicellular
multicellular
consumers
This characteristic of fungi means that they have a nucleus.
Some fungi, like yeast, are only one cell big. They are calle…
Most fungi are made up of more than one cell. They are called…
Since fungi do not have chloroplasts, they must get their ene…
eukaryotic
This characteristic of fungi means that they have a nucleus.
unicellular
Some fungi, like yeast, are only one cell big. They are calle…
30 terms
Chapter 21 Quiz
Fungi are
Fungi's cell walls contain
How do Fungi digest their food
What fungi are multicellular
Eukaryotic heterotrophs that have cell walls.
Chitin, a complex carbohydrate.
Externally (Absorb it)
All except yeast
Fungi are
Eukaryotic heterotrophs that have cell walls.
Fungi's cell walls contain
Chitin, a complex carbohydrate.
59 terms
BIO113L - Protists & Fungi Part 2
Chitin
Heterotrophic
Heterokaryotic phase (n+n)
Hyphae
Fungi have cell walls made of _________.
Are fungi auto- or heterotrophic?
Unique phase in a fungi's life cycle
Spores germinate into __________.
Chitin
Fungi have cell walls made of _________.
Heterotrophic
Are fungi auto- or heterotrophic?
45 terms
Bio II Chapter 22 Fungi
Kingdom Fungi contains over ____ speci…
Mostly multicellular eukaryotes that s…
Some Fungi are _______?
Several Fungi have ______ relationship…
80,000
-Heterotrophic... -Saprotrophs - Cells release digestive enzymes…
parasitic
mutualistic
Kingdom Fungi contains over ____ speci…
80,000
Mostly multicellular eukaryotes that s…
-Heterotrophic... -Saprotrophs - Cells release digestive enzymes…
21 terms
Science fungi
Grows on fruit stale bread a type of f…
Eukaryotes that have cell walls are he…
Fungi need what to live
They thrive on anything
Molds
Fungi
Moist warm places in which they grow
Moist
Grows on fruit stale bread a type of f…
Molds
Eukaryotes that have cell walls are he…
Fungi
13 terms
Fungi
Three characteristics of fungi are:
How do fungi obtain food?
Why are yeast DIFFERENT from most othe…
The structures that make up the bodies…
1. most are multicellular... 2.fungi are heterotrophs (cannot ma…
Fungi has chemicals that ooze from the hyphae of the fungi in…
Yeast differs from most other fungi because they are Unicellu…
cell structure.
Three characteristics of fungi are:
1. most are multicellular... 2.fungi are heterotrophs (cannot ma…
How do fungi obtain food?
Fungi has chemicals that ooze from the hyphae of the fungi in…
17 terms
Science Chapter 8 Review
heterotrophs
hyphae
digest
Yeast
All fungi are _______
Fungi absorb food through _______
Chemicals can ______ food
Bread rises due to the action of the fungi called _______
heterotrophs
All fungi are _______
hyphae
Fungi absorb food through _______
29 terms
Fungi
The study of fungi
A scientist who studies fungi
Don't make their own food
How are they classified
Mycology
Mycologist
Heterotrophs
By their reproductive structures
The study of fungi
Mycology
A scientist who studies fungi
Mycologist
bacteria, protists, and fungi
Hyphae
Zygote
Sac
Club
Thread-like tubes
common bread mold
yeast, truffles, morels
mushrooms
Hyphae
Thread-like tubes
Zygote
common bread mold
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