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Biology lab test 3
Fungi are multicellular eukaryotes, which means they posses a __________.
What does saprotropic mean?
Eats dead things.
What are detritovores?
What do saprotropic detritovores do?
Eat dead organic matter?
What brought fungi onto land?
Plants animals and fungi descended from ______.
What makes up the cell wall of a plant?
What is the extra energy of fungi stored as?
The main body of fungi does not move, however it will grow ___________________.
towards the direction of the food
Fungi are single cellular _______ organisms.
Two nuclei per cell.
How does sexual reproduction for mold work?
Stolon mates to produce a gametangia, that creats a zygote, the grows until it produces a zygospores and sporangium. The sporangium produces a spore which cracks open and germinates other spores.
How does asexual production for mold work?
Mycolium produce rhizoids which grow into bread for digestion.
Fungi are now grouped by _____________.
Chytrids are simple mostly __________.
A unique feature of chytrids is ___________________.
the presence of flagella
The type of fungi that grow on bread and decaying fruit are _________________.
Rhizoids begin the _______ process in the zygomycota phylum.
A common name for phylum Glomeromycota is _________________.
Phylum Ascomycota are called __________ becuase of their reproductive structure.
The ascocarp in phylum Ascomycota is the _____________.
Cup fungi, morels, ergot and truffles are all in phylum ____________.
Brewers/bakers yeast, penicillin, soy sauce, cyclosporin and roquefort cheese are all in the ___________ group.
Athletes foot, ringworm, ergotism, vomiting, pain and hallucination are all drawbacks of ________________.
How do plants transfer water and sugar?
Doctrine of signatures was a theory in which:
if a plant looks like a body part, it can be used to treat that body part.
The leafy/lobed part of a plant, called a thallus is the ______.
In Lycophytes, sporangia are located on sporophyll which are assembled into a _______.
Megaphylls means "_________."
Gymnosperms means _____________.
The oldest and tallest trees, usually pines are known as _________.
The gymnosperm most closely related to flowering plants are __________.
In plants the size of the roots are consistent with the size of the _________.
The function of the xylem is to ____________________.
transport water and minerals up towars the leaves
The Phloem in plant tissue is _______________________.
vascular tissue that transports sugary soap and hormones
The main and deeply penetrating root is the _______.
The eudicot vascular bundle is always __________
in a circle
When counting rings on a tree, __ rings equals 1 year.
Spring wood is composed of ____________.
Sapwood is younger than ________wood.
The ___________ is at the base fo the petible where it meets the twig.
______ are the underground storage structure of trees.