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Fungi Kingdom

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Alex Enrich

on 29 March 2015

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Fungi Kingdom
INDEX
-Introduction
-General characteristics
-Yeast and mould
-Examples
-Types of mushroom and characteristics
-How mushroom reproduce?
-Video (review)

Parts of a mushroom
General characteristics
-Fungi are eukaryotic organisms.
-They reproduce by means of spores.
-The structure of cell wall is similar to plants.
-Fungi are heterotrophic organisms.
-The nuclei of the fungi is very small.
-Reproduction in fungi is both by sexual and asexual means.
Living things are organized for study into large, basic groups called kingdoms. Fungi were listed in the Plant Kingdom for many years. Then scientists learned that fungi show a closer relation to animals, but are unique and separate life forms. Now, Fungi are placed in their own Kingdom.
Aina, Andy, Claudia J. and Clara
INTRODUCTION
How mushroom reproduce
SEXUAL
ASEXUAL
TYPES OF MUSHROOMS
MUSHROOMS
Gilled mushrooms
Gill fungi have gills under their caps. The gilled mushrooms are among the most important fungi not only because they're so common, buut also because they provide some the best fungi to eat.
Not all mushrooms have gills under their cap.
There's one type of mushrooms that has pores under it's cap, the ''pore fungi''
Pore mushrooms
yeast :
cells are very comnon kind of eukaryote cell the vary in size but are usally abaout 4 thousanths of a milimeter. in diameter too small to see without a mricroscope

moulds: are forms of a fungus.they are different from other fungi in served ways .they are larges than yeast wich usally hav one cell but they do not have the large visible strutures that mushroons have
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