How are Dikaryomycota different from Zygomycota?
D have thinner hyphae with thicker walls, divided into compartments by septae which have pores. D are tougher and more easily able to thrive in drier situations. D are also more capable of utilizing more complex materials (chitin, kereatin, lignin, cellulose). Hyphae can fuse to form long-lasting dikaryons before the two nuclei fuse.