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Department
Biological Sciences
Course
BIOA02H3
Professor
Elizabeth Page- Gould
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 25 04/01/2014 Fungi: ­Breaking down dead organic matter= decomposers  ­fungi= heterotrophic ▯ don’t make their own food, have to obtain food from another organism that is dead  or alive  ­Satrotoph= decomposers, they eat dead stuff  ­Symbiont= eat living material  Fungi Basics: ­blood, wine, bread production ­produce sexually and a sexually  ­yellow spots= scars from where the cell has split and budded off a clone of itself▯ by mitosis  ­most fungi are multicellular not unicellular  ­made up of hyphae= they are not plants, they are not root but they function like roots, they are single celled  strands, are made up of single cells that are linked together in a chain, they are grouped together and when  taken together they make up most of the biomass of any fungal individual ­the mass of hyphae= mycelium ▯ hard to see mycelium becau
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