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  • Fungi

    1. 1. Question Why does the mushroom always get invited to parties?
    2. 2. Answer Because he’s a fungi.
    3. 3. Fungi These are:- mushrooms, toadstools, moulds and yeast. (Champignoner, svampe, mug og gær)
    4. 4. They are often made of thin threads called “hyphæ” Some of them look like plants They cannot make their own food (like plants can) They reproduce by making “spores”
    5. 5. Many fungi are “saprophytes” or “decomposers” They feed on dead and decaying material The ones that live on or inside other living things are called “parasites”
    6. 6. Respiration Yeast can respire ærobically (with oxygen) or anærobically (without oxygen) Ærobic respiration makes energy, carbon dioxide and water
    7. 7. Anærobic Respiration Anærobic respiration produces less energy, carbon dioxide and ethanol (alcohol) Animals do this sort of respiration, too when we cannot get enough oxygen but it hurts:- “cramps”
    8. 8. Fermentation We use anærobic respiration in yeast to make Alcohol (fermentation) Carbon dioxide bubbles to make bread soft and bubbly
    9. 9. Using Bacteria Cheese and yoghurt is made by using bacteria Some cheeses have moulds added to them (e.g.: Danish blue) The bacteria respire anærobically and make lactic acid

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