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Fungi Mr. Skirbst Life Science Topic 12
Kingdom Fungi Fungus – a plantlike organism lacking chlorophyll
Kingdom Fungi Fungus – a plantlike organism lacking chlorophyll - They are heterotrophic
3 Characteristics 1.Feeding 2.Structure 3.Reproduction
Feeding - All are heterotrophs
Feeding - All are heterotrophs - They grow on food & absorb it
Feeding - All are heterotrophs - They grow on food & absorb it - Some capture prey
Feeding - All are heterotrophs - They grow on food & absorb it - Some capture prey - Most are decomposers (break down organic material)
Feeding - Some live symbiotically
Feeding - Some live symbiotically (symbiosis – a close relationship)
Feeding - Some live symbiotically (symbiosis – a close relationship) 2 kinds: 1- parasitism – one benefits
Feeding - Some live symbiotically (symbiosis – a close relationship) 2 kinds: 1- parasitism – one benefits 2- mutualism – both benefit
- Some are unicellular (one cell)
Structure - Some are unicellular (one cell) - Some are multicellular (many)
Structure - Some are unicellular (one cell) - Some are multicellular (many) - Multicellular fungi are made of hyphae (threadlike tubes)
Structure - Some are unicellular (one cell) - Some are multicellular (many) - Multicellular fungi are made of hyphae (threadlike tubes) (cells have many nuclei and can grow very quickly - 40m/hr)
Reproduction - By budding (unicellular fungus, like yeast)
Reproduction - By spores (multicellular fungus, like mushrooms)
3 Forms of Fungi 1.Mold
3 Forms of Fungi 1.Mold “fuzzy” fungi often grows on old food
3 Forms of Fungi 2.Mushrooms
3 Forms of Fungi 2.Mushrooms - multicellular - grows a reproductive structure
3 Forms of Fungi 3.Yeast
3 Forms of Fungi 3.Yeast - unicellular - undergo anaerobic respiration - used in baking (release CO 2 makes bread rise)
FUNGI. Fungi Kingdom Eukaryotes. Use spores to reproduce. Heterotrophs cannot make their own food. Need warm, moist places to grow. Examples: yeast, molds.
FUNGI. KINGDOM FUNGI Important characteristics Eukaryotic- have a nucleus Use spores to reproduce Heterotrophs Some unicellular, some are multicellular.
Fungi. Can be unicellular (yeasts) Can be multicellular (mushrooms) Eukaryotes Use spores to reproduce Heterotrophs Need moist, warm places to grow.
Fungi All are: Eukaryotes Use spores to reproduce Heterotrophs that feed in a similar way.
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FUNGI. The Fungi kingdom was grouped with plants in the past. This was because its parts and life style often resemble plants. Fungi cannot make their.
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Kingdom Fungi. What are some fungi Molds Lichens Mushrooms.
Kingdom Fungi Kingdom Fungi By: Mr. Lowe Important New Vocabulary Hyphae = Mass of many-celled, threadlike tubes forming the body of a fungus. Spores.
Fungus Chapter 8-2. Fungi All are eukaryotic just like protists Multicellular (only one exception -yeast)
Kingdom Fungi fungi - heterotrophic single-celled or multicellular organisms, including yeasts, molds, and mushrooms.
FUNGI Mrs. Leary. Characteristics Eukaryotes Eukaryotes Cannot move Cannot move Single celled and multicellular Single celled and multicellular Hyphae.
All fungi are eukaryotic heterotrophs that have rigid cell walls made of chitin –What is eukaryotic? Fungi have a nucleus and membrane-bound organelle.
AP Biology Kingdom: Fungi Eukaryotes Domain Bacteria Domain Archaebacteria Domain Eukaryotes Common ancestor.
Mycology: The study of fungi. Characteristics Eukaryotic (have a nucleus) Heterotrophs (most are decomposers) Some are unicellular (yeast) Most are multicellular.
There’s Fungus Among Us! Where have you seen fungus lately? How has it affected you in the past? How might it affect your future?
Investigating Fungi: Mold and Yeast. Fungi Fungi are in their own kingdom. – They do not capture their own food like animals and cannot make their own.
Click Here to Begin the Game CHOICE 1CHOICE 2CHOICE 3 CHOICE CHOICE
Fungi. Fungi: Although originally classified as plants because they share some characteristics, fungi have several characteristics that make them different:
KINGDOM FUNGI. Kingdom Fungi Characteristics Eukaryotes Heterotrophic mostly multi-cellular some unicellular (yeast)
Exploring Diversity Fungi. Kingdom Fungi Fungi are heterotrophic (break down dead material) Fungi have bodies made of filaments Fungal cell walls contain.
FungiFungi. I. What are fungi? –A. Eukaryotes –B. Heterotrophs –C. Use spores to reproduce –D. Need moist, warm environment –E. Examples: 1. mushrooms.
Eukaryotic cells Most are multi-celled Some are uni-cellular Heterotrophs Live in moist, warm areas Have Cell Walls FUNGI.
FUNGI □Compare and contrast the parts of plants, animals and one-celled organisms □Identify similarities and differences among living organisms.
Fungus P.B.&J. Tomato Popcorn Wheat Bread Cake.
The Fungi Kingdom Mycology -the study of fungi fungi - plural fungus - singular 1) fungi are eukaryotic they have a nuclei & mitochondria 2) they are heterotrophs.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Similarities and Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
The Kingdom Fungi. What Are Fungi? Eukaryotic heterotrophs with cell walls. contain chitin, a complex carbohydrate.
Fungus Unit 6 Chapter 20. Fungus characteristics Found everywhere Variety of colors and appearances Grows best in moist, warm environments Chitin cell.
Chapter 21: Protists and Fungi Section 21-4: Fungi.
Chapter 21: Fungi Biology- Kirby. 21-1: The Kingdom Fungi Fungi are eukaryotic heterotrophs that have cell walls. These cell walls are made of chitin.
Fungi. Fungi Characteristics Cells- Multicellular…They have tissues and simple organs. They have cell walls but NO chlorophyll. DNA- In a nucleus…
7-4 Fungi Objectives : 1.Name the characteristics fungi share. 2.Explain how fungi reproduce. 3.Describe the role fungi play in nature.
FUNGI. COMMON FUNGI EXAMPLES: Mushrooms, yeasts, molds, morels, bracket fungi, puff balls.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
Kingdom Fungi Common Characteristics: Eukaryotic No chlorophyll and are heterotrophs Cell walls of cells are made of chitin Most are multicellular. Only.
FUNGI. Cell Structure Eukaryotic Yeast are unicellular; but mold, rust, mushrooms and truffles are multicellular.
Fungi Fun Guy. What is a fungus? Fungus: singular, fungi: plural Heterotrophs: obtain food from living and non-living organisms Use spores to reproduce.
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Bellringer What is one way that fungi are beneficial to humans?
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Fungi. Fungi are eukaryotic heterotrophs that digest food externally and absorb the the digested materials through their body walls. Fungi are eukaryotic.
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