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Mycology

is the study of fungi

cell types

Eukaryotic or prokaryotic
cell membrane
sterols , mycoplasma , Septate hyphae contain cross-walls (septa), which divide them into uninuclear cell-like units.
cell wall

eukaryote: glucans , chitin


prokaryote: peptidoglycan

spores

asexual : reproductive spores , by fragmentation or production of asexual spores


2 types :Conidiospores – a unicellular or multicellular spore that is not enclosed in a sac.


:Sporangiospores – formed within a sporangium (sac)

Yeasts
are unicellular fungi. reproduce, fission yeasts divide symmetrically,
budding

divide asymmetrically


do not separate from the mother cell form pseudohyphae

Nutrition
Fungi grow in aerobic environments; molds are aerobic, most yeasts are facultative anaerobes.
Definition
Sporangiospores are spores that are produced in a sporangium . A sporangium in fungi is simply a cell containing spores. A sporangium can be the site of meiosis or mitosis. The important point is that a sporangium is a cell that encloses its spores until they are mature and ready for dispersal.