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tubules filled with cytoplasm and nuclei
hyphae
wall that divides hyphae into segments
septa
mass of tangled interwoven hyphae that forms the body of a fungus
mycelium
reproductive cells that can remain dormant or develop into a new organism
spores
absorb nutrients and hold common molds to their food source
rhizoids
connect groups of rhizoids to one another
stolons
diploid structure formed by fused nuclei
zygospore
sack like structure containing the spores of ascomycotes
asci
structure in which the spores of club fungi are produced
basidia
symbiotic partnership between a fungus and a photosynthetic organism
lichen
mutualistic association between a fungus and the roots of a plant
mycorrhizae