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Kingdom Of Fungi

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its about the kingdom of fungi

its about the kingdom of fungi

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  • 1. Kingdom of Fungi by Kevin Tran
  • 2. What Defines Fungi?
    • Fungi are:
    • Eukaryotic
    • Heterotrophs
    • Fungi have:
    • Cell walls made of chitin
    • An external digestive system
    • If it doesn’t have all these, it isn’t a Fungus.
  • 3. Structure of Multicellular Fungi
    • Mycelium – consists of strands of hyphae grown into the fungi’s food source or source of nutrition.
    • Fruiting Body – some fungi do not have a fruiting body but those that do grow them for the purpose of reproduction and spreading of spores. In club fungi, the fruiting body is the only visible portion of a fungus.
  • 4. Structure of Club Fungi
  • 5. Closer Look at Hypha
  • 6. Reproduction of Fungi
    • In the most basic terms:
    • Spores are released from the fruiting body
    • They find their way to a source of food and nutrients
    • The spores grow into a mycelium structure from the food source
    • Eventually the mycelium will mature into a new fruiting body
    • Note that most but not all fungi , especially single celled fungi, reproduce this way .
  • 7.  
  • 8. Single Celled Fungi
    • Single Celled Fungi reproduce by meiosis, just like all other cells
    • An example of a single celled fungus is the yeast.
  • 9. Bibliography
    • Blue-Foot Psilocybe . Digital image. Web. <http://www.a1b2c3.com/drugs/pictures/musid1.htm>.
    • Digital image.  Wikipedia.org . Web. <http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/86/Sporic_meiosis.png>.
    • Shroomery . Digital image. Web. <http://files.shroomery.org/cms/oldimages/3381/25065.jpg>.
    • Structure of Fungi . Digital image. Web. <http://img.sparknotes.com/figures/5/5b2570b38ff96026a03c4f4d6d510ed7/basidiostructure.gif
    • Yeast . Digital image.  Wikipedia.org . Web. <http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d9/S_cerevisiae_under_DIC_microscopy.jpg/600px-S_cerevisiae_under_DIC_microscopy.jpg>.