Fungi crossword

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Fungi crossword
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  1. Spores produced by Penicillium
    Conidiospores
  2. Rounded asexual spores formed from single cells in septate hyphae
    Chlamydospores
  3. A single filament produced by ,olds
    Hypha
  4. Single cell fungi
    yeast
  5. Asexual spores produced in a sac at the end of an aerial hyha
    Sporangiospores
  6. Fungi responsible for the decomposition of dead organic material
    Saprophytes
  7. The membrane surrounding the genetic material
    Nuclear Membrane
  8. The function of the hyphae growing downward into the medium
    Aborption
  9. Formation of reproductive spores
    Sporulation
  10. The fungi that produce fuzzy looking colonies are the _____ molds.
    Filaments
  11. Fungi that cause superficial infections
    Dermatophytes
  12. Toxic substances produced by molds
    Mycotoxins
  13. The nucleus of these cells contain paired chromosomes
    Diploid
  14. Sexual spores (4) formed on the tips of club like structures; formed by mushrooms
    Basidiospores
  15. Rectangular shaped asexual spores in septate hy[hae
    Arthrospores
  16. Nucleus that contains one of each type chromosome
    Haploid
  17. Yeast that can grow in the presence or absense of oxygen
    Facultative
  18. Fungi capable of causing infections in individuals with impaired immune systems
    Opportunists
  19. Reproduction is the function of the ____ hyphae
    Aerial
  20. Suring sexual reproduction, the diploid nucleus divides by ______
    Meiosis
  21. The mycelium growing down into the medium
    Vegetative
  22. Sexual spores formed following the fusion of hyphae of opposite mating types
    Zygospores
  23. Gelatinous layer ovvurring around the cell wall of some yeast cells
    Capsule
  24. Mushrooms, puffballs, and bracket fungi are examples of _____ molds
    Complex
  25. Proteins are synthesized in this organelle
    Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
  26. Molds growing in foods secrete toxins that cause ______ _______
    food Poisoning
  27. Asexual spores produced by 'budding'
    Blastospores
  28. Inhaled fungal spores can cause _______
    Allergies
  29. Cross walls occurring in some hyphae
    Septum
  30. Reproduction requiring the fusion of opposite mating types
    Sexual
  31. Fungal infections of internal organs
    Systemic
  32. A characteristic used for identification of yeast and filamentous molds
    Reproduction
  33. Based on type nutrients utilized, fungi are ______
    Heterptophs
  34. Chemical composition of fungal cell walls
    Chitin
  35. Based on oxygen requirements, molds are ______
    Aerobic
  36. Fungi are formed of ______ cells
    Eukaryotic
  37. Sexual spores produced following the fusion of yeast cells
    Ascospores
  38. Kingdom in which yeast and molds are classified
    Fungi
  39. Dermatophytes utilizes this protein for growth (in skin, hair, nails)
    Keratin
  40. Mass of hyphae
    Mycelium
  41. Hyphae containing cross walls
    Septate
  42. Fungal infections
    Mycoses
  43. A fungal cell containing 2 haploid nuclei
    Dikaryotic
  44. Function of fungi that grow in the environment
    Decomposition
  45. Energy is produced in these organelles
    Mitochondria
  46. Hyphae lacking cross walls
    Nonseptate
  47. The ability of fungi to grow as single celled yeast or nulticellular molds
    Dimorphism

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