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My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited
Questions to think about… What are the characteristics of bacteria? What are the characteristics of fungi? My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited
Some types of fungi My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited mould Mould mould
Some types of fungi Mushrooms Toadstools My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited mushroom toadstools There are other types of fungi besides these and they look rather different!
Some characteristics of fungi What do different types of fungi look like? o Fungi come in different sizes. o Some, like those shown here, are large enough to see with your naked eye. My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited toadstool bracket fungi
Some characteristics of fungi What do different types of fungi look like? o Some fungi, like yeast, are too small to see with the naked eye. o You can see them with the help of a microscope. yeast Living things that can only be seen using a microscope are called micro-organisms. My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited
Characteristics of fungi How do fungi obtain food? o Since fungi are not plants, they cannot make their own food. o They feed on plants and animals, which can be dead or alive. My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited mushrooms growing and feeding on wood
Characteristics of fungi How do fungi reproduce? o Fungi reproduce through spores. o Spores are very small and light. They look like brown dust. My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited spores in a spore case as seen under a microscope
Characteristics of fungi How do fungi reproduce? o In mushrooms, spores are found in the gills under the cap. cap gills stalk My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited
Characteristics of bacteria Bacteria are a group of living things. They are very tiny, and can be seen only under a microscope. There are many kinds of bacteria and they come in various shapes. My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited Some bacteria are harmful to people, while some are useful.
My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited
My Pals are Here! Science © 2008 Marshall Cavendish (Singapore) Private Limited.
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