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Fungi - glive, Mycota - prave glive Mucor sp. Rhizopus sp. Zygomycetes Saccharomyces cerevisiae Endomycetes Mucor sp. Rhizopus sp. Mucorales Saccharomycetales
Mycota - prave glive: Ascomycetes Aspergillus sp. Penicillium sp. Eurotiales Aspergillus sp. Morchella sp. himenij Pezizales Morchella sp. aski
Mycota - prave glive: Basidiomycetes 1 Ustilago maydis televtospore Puccinia graminis televtospore UstilaginalesPucciniales Puccinia graminis prerez češminovega lista piknidij (spermogonij) piknidijecidij
Mycota - prave glive Russula sp. bazidiji Russulales Cetraria islandica prerez steljke Basidiomycetes 2 Lichenes - lišaji Colema sp.Usnea sp. prerez steljke Usnea sp. prerez apotecija, aski
Bryophyta - mahovi: Marchantiatae 1 Marchantiales Conocephalum conicum pnevmatoda Marchantia polymorpha ventralne luske M. polymorpha rizoidi M. polymorpha sporogon M. polymorpha spore, elatere M. polymorpha anteridiji
Bryophyta: Sphagnidae Sphagnum sp. filidij Bryidae Dicraniales Leucobryum sp. prerez filidija Marchantiatae 2 Riccia sp. Metzgeria sp. Bryophyta: Bryatae 1
Bryophyta - mahovi: Bryatae 2 Bryidae Bryales Hypnum sp. artrodontni peristom Polytrichales Polytrichidae Polytrichum commune nematodontni peristom P. commune prečni prerez filidija
Pteridophyta - praprotnice 1 LycopodialesSelaginellales Selaginella selaginoides trofofil Lycopodiatae Selaginella selaginoides ligula Lycopodium annotinum sporofil Lycopodium annotinum spore
Pteridophyta - praprotnice 2 EquisetalesOphioglossales Equisetatae Dryopteris filix-mas leptosporangij Equisetum arvense suhe spore Polypodiatae Equisetum arvense mokra spora Aspidiales Ophioglossum vulgatum evsporangij
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Bryophytes 1 1. Bryophytes Ubiquitous Ubiquitous Moist temperate and tropical locations Dominate Arctic Tundra Antarctica Above the treeline
Kingdom Fungi. Traits – Eukaryotic – Spore-bearing – Heterotrophic (obtain organic compounds through absorption) – Sexual/asexual reproduction – No chlorophyll.
THE WORLD OF THE FUNGI!. Figure 31.0 Painting of indigo milk cap (Lactarius indigo) fungus as an example of the variety in color and types of fungi.
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Fungi Premier Decomposers Fungi Characteristics Heterotrophic Secrete digestive enzymes on organic material and then absorb it Extracellular digestion.
Designed by Pyeongsug Kim ©2010 SI Session Topic 15 Bryophytes Spring 2010 For Dr. Hughey’s Bio 3 Class Picture from
MOLDS By: Hannah Liu. Structures Mold: a rapidly growing, asexually reproducing fungus all species of microscopic fungi that grow in the form of multicellular.
The power of SGD SGD overview.
Fungi. l First fungi were probably flagellated. –First fossils – 480 million years ago (Ordovician Period) –Molecular Clock suggests 1 billion years ago.
DIMORPHISM Dimorphic from Greek word: “dis”: twice “morphe”: producing to morphologically distinct types of zoospores Dimorphic fungi: a fungus able to.
Kingdom: Fungi Five kingdom system of classifying living things showing that both fungi and animals may have evolved from a common ancestor.
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Caitlin Anderson. History The first land plants were nonvascular. Started appearing about 460 million years ago. Ancestor is green algae. They used to.
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Fossil evidence of Bryophytes Bryophyte fossil evidence are less Whatever the available material very much resembles with modern bryophytes Plant body.
Fig Table 29-1 Fig Origin of land plants (about 475 mya) Origin of vascular plants (about 420 mya) Origin of extant seed plants.
Fungi. Characteristics of Fungi Eukaryotes Most are _____cellular Not closely related to other kingdoms of organisms Fungi were once placed in.
Fungal Groups b Ascomycetes b Basidiomycetes b Imperfect Fungi--Deuteromycetes b Zygomycetes.
Chapter 31 Fungi. Characteristics eukaryotic mostly multicellular, yeasts unicellular no locomotion sexual & asexual reproduction in most heterotrophic.
Kingdom Fungi Eukaryotic, cell walls made of chitin, saprophytic or parasitic and essential as decomposers.
FUNGI Chapter 31. The Little Known Fungi 100,000 species known, 1.5 million unknown (estimate) Some are single-celled (yeast), but most multicelled.
Mycology is the study of fungi, which is branch of biology. Approximately 80,000 species of fungi have been described. The main characteristics of.
Copyright © 2004 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings PowerPoint ® Lecture Slide Presentation prepared by Christine L. Case Microbiology.
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings PowerPoint ® Lecture Slide Presentation prepared by Christine L. Case M I C R.
Fungi Section What is a Fungus? They are heterotrophic eukaryotes with a cell wall They obtain food by extracellular digestion and absorption Enzymes.
BIO 112 Lab Review Topic 6 Fungal Diversity. Kingdom Fungi Phylum Basidiomycota Class Basidiomycetes fruiting body mycelium: __________ special reproductive.
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Fungi Starr/Taggart’s Biology: The Unity and Diversity of Life, 9e Chapter 24.
Fungi Chapter Defining Fungi Mycologists believe there may be as many as 1.5 million fungal species Fungi are classified into six main groups -Chytrids.
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Fungi Decomposers, Mutualists, and Killers. Fungi –(most) degrade dead organic matter –form nutritional partnerships with most vascular plants & some.
DOMAIN KINGDOM CELL TYPE CELL STRUCTURES NUMBER OF CELLS MODE OF NUTRITION EXAMPLES Bacteria Eubacteria Prokaryote Cell walls with peptidoglycan Unicellular.
Fig Fig (b) Coenocytic hypha Septum (a) Septate hypha Pore Nuclei Cell wall.
BOT3015L Fungi Presentation created by Danielle Sherdan All photos from Raven et al. Biology of Plants except when otherwise noted.
THE FUNGI YEASTS AND MOLDS THE STUDY OF FUNGI IS CALLED MYCOLOGY DISTRIBUTION – 20 O -30 O C ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE.
Medical Mycology. Mycology Study of fungi Study of fungi Fungi found every where Fungi found every where.
Mycology Opportunistic Molds Division of Medical Technology Carol Larson MSEd, MT(ASCP) Please click audio icon to hear Carol’s narration.
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