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a thread of cytoplasm; many hyphae together make up the body of a fungus
hyphae
interwoven mat of hyphae that functions as the feeding structure of a fungus
mycelium
method by which fungi absorb small organic molecules from there surroundings
absorptive nutriton
haploid single cell with a thick cell that functions in the dispersal stage in fungal reproduction
spore
spore forming structures at the tips of fungal hyphae
sporangia
thick walled reproductive structure formed from the fusion of the cytoplasm of the mycelia of the two neighboring fungi
zygosporangium
having two haploid nuclei in each cell, one from each parent in a fungal mycelium
dikaryoctic
aboveground reproductive struture of a fungus
fruiting body
unicellular fungus that inhabits liquid or moist habitats inluding plant sap and animal tissues
yeast
informal catagory of fungi with no known sexual stage reproduction
imperfect fungi
fungus that grows very rapidly on a surface
mold
mutulaisticpairing of a fungus and an alga
lichen
symbotic relationships between fugal hyphea and plant roots
mycorrihize