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BIOL 1010 Lecture 30: Lecture 30
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Department
Biological Sciences
Course
BIOL 1010
Professor
Emily A.Mc Kinnon
Semester
Fall

Description
OS82 Bio 1010 producing spores, often at the tips of specialized hyphae.uces asexually by Term yeast refers to any single-celled fungus - Yeasts reproduce asexually by cell division, often by budding, pinching off small “buds” from a parent cell 18.12) fungi are classified into five groups Biologists have described over 100,000 species of fungi, but there may be as many as 1.5 million Sexual reproductive structures are often used to classify species The lineages that gave rise to fungi and animals are thought to have diverged from a flagellated unikont ancestor more than 1 billion years ago o However the oldest undisputed fossil of fungi however is only about 460 million years old 5 main groups currently 1) Chytrids o only fungi with flagellated spores - thought to represent the earliest lineage of fungi - in lakes, ponds, and soil - they are decomposers, parasitize protists, plants or animals. Infectious fungal disease caused by a species of chytrid are thought to have caused widespread decline in amphibian species such as frogs. 2) Zygomycetes or zygote fungi
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