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Fungi Kingdom

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travis thomas

on 26 April 2010

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Fungi Kingdom The cellwalls of fungus is made oh chitin.
Unlike cellwalls they contain cllulose.
fungi is in a group of organisms called Eumycota.
Fungi is made of mass thread like symptom called mycelium.
All the changes of hyphea is made of fungs cells.
It digest food out the side of the plant and is absorbed. Mushrooms A fleshy, spore baring fruiting body of a fungs.
It can be used in many varitys of gilled fungi.
The spores are called basidiomycetes and gilled. Mold Fungi that grow in the form of a muticellular fillament, called hyphae.
A microscopic fungi that grow as a single cell called yeast. Yeast It is one of the oldest domesticated organisms.
It is used for fermentation and baking.
Most reproduce asexually by budding. Plants
Cone bearing Of or relating to part of trees or shrubs bearing cones and evergreen leaves.

The familiar woody cone is the female cone which produces seed. Flowers A flower is also knoen as the bloom or the blossom, which is the reproductive structure found in flowering.
The biological function of a flower is to mediate the union with the male sperm and the female ovum in the process to produce seeds. Mosses Mosses are small soft plants that are normally 1-10 cm tall, but some species are much more larger than that.
They will normally grow close together in clumps or mats in damp or shady places.
They do not have a flower or produce seeds. Ferns Ferns have about 12,000 species of plants.
They have stems, leaves, roots like other vascular plants.
Unlike mosses they have a xylem and pholem.
Ferns do not have seeds or flowers. Multicellular eukaryotes.
Four major groups: mosses, ferns, flowering, and cone bearing.
Cell walls are made of cellose.
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