Last Modified: 2011-07-13
- Produce sexually and asexually
- Ex:black bread molds
- Produces zygospores for asexaul reproduction.
- known as the common mold
- Contains an ascus(sexual spores)
- Known as sac fungi
- Largest phylum
- Ex: Morels and yeast which are unicellular.
- The common name is club fungi.
- asexual structure is called basiadia
- Ex:mushroom, shelf fungi, and rust and must.
- reproduce asexual and sexual
- No sexual reproduction
- Ex: penecellium
- The common name is "the imperfect Fungi"
- Used to make soy sauce, blue cheese, and citric acid.
- A mutualistic relationship between green algae and fungi.
- The algae provides food while the fungus gives water and minerals and protects it from enviromental conditions.
- A mutualistic relationship between fungi and a plant.
- A fungi's hyphae grows into a plants root to increase the absorptive surface. Fungus maintains water in the soil and receives sugars and amino acids.
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