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Domain: BACTERIA (cocci, bacilli, spirilli; prokaryotic)
Cyanobacteria (blue-green bacteria, blue-green algae)
Anabema (has heterocysts)
Oscillatoria
Spirulina
*Stigonema
*Scytonema
*Nostoc
Domain: ARCHAEA (prokaryotic)
Thermophilic; halophilic, and methanogenic forms
Domain: EUKARYA
Kingdon: FUNGI (chitin cell walls, no motile cells (exceot Chytrids); filamentous hyphae; mycelia; haploid; nutrition by absorption)
Kingdon: FUNGI (chitin cell walls, no motile cells (exceot Chytrids); filamentous hyphae; mycelia; haploid; nutrition by absorption)
Division: Zygomycota (coenocytic hyphae, bread molds; zygosporangia)
Rhizopus (common bread mold)
Pilobolus (dung fungus; cap-thrower)
Entomophthora (parasitic on house flies)
Phycomyces (spiny zygosporangia)
Kingdon: FUNGI (chitin cell walls, no motile cells (exceot Chytrids); filamentous hyphae; mycelia; haploid; nutrition by absorption)
Division: Ascomycota (sac fungi, lichen-forming fungi, imperfect fungo; asci and ascispores; septate hyphae)
Division: Ascomycota (sac fungi, lichen-forming fungi, imperfect fungo; asci and ascispores; septate hyphae)
Class: Hemiascomycetes (most yeasts) NO ASCOCARPS
Saccharomyces (baking and brewing yeast; budding)
Schizosaccharomyces octosporus (fission yeast)
Division: Ascomycota (sac fungi, lichen-forming fungi, imperfect fungo; asci and ascispores; septate hyphae)
Class: Euascomycetes WITH ASCOCARPS
Peziza (cup fungus; apothecium)
*Microsphaera (powdery mildew, cleistothecium)
Morchella (edible morel; modified apotehcium)
Claviceps purpurea (ergot of rye; perithecium; sclerotium, stroma; St. Anthony's Fire)
Sordaria (perithecium; used in genetics lab)
Tuber (truffles, edible hypogeous fungi; pigs)
*Physcia (a foliose lichen)
other lichens (foliose, crustose, and fruticose forms)
"Fungi Imperfecti" or "Deuteromycota" (asexual only, conidia)
Penicillium (original source of penicillin, blue cheese)
Aspergillus
Fusarium
Kingdon: FUNGI (chitin cell walls, no motile cells (exceot Chytrids); filamentous hyphae; mycelia; haploid; nutrition by absorption)
Division: Basidiomycota (club fungi; basidia and basidiospores)
Division: Basidiomycota (club fungi; basidia and basidiospores)
Class: Teliomycetes (rusts) NO BASIDIOCARPS
Puccinia graminis (wheat rust; aecia, telia, uredinia, spermagonia; barberry)
cedar apple rust (junipers and apple trees)
Division: Basidiomycota (club fungi; basidia and basidiospores)
Class: Ustomycetes (smuts) (formerly combined with the above class-Teliomycetes)
Usilago maydis (corn smut)
Division: Basidiomycota (club fungi; basidia and basidiospores)
Class: Basidiomycetes
Series: Hymenomycetes (mushrooms; BASIDIA ON THE BASIDIOCARP)
Coprinus (inky cap mushrooms)
Agaricus (common edible mushroom)
bracket fungi, polypores, coral fungi
Series: Gasteromycetes BASIDIA IN THE BASIDIOCARP (puffballs, earth stars, stinkhorns, bird's nest fungi)