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Cell walls that contain chitin are found
a) in fungi and protists.
b) only in fungi.
c) in fungi and plants.
d) only in bacteria.

The ascus of the Ascomycota is the part of the fungus that
a) is big enough to be visible.
b) contains sexual spores.
c) contains the hyphae.
d) contains asexual spores.

Members of the phylum Basidiomycota are also known as
a) sac fungi.
b) imperfect fungi.
c) protistlike fungi.
d) club fungi.

Most fungi obtain food from
a) decaying organic matter.
b) photosynthesis.
c) parasites.
d) inorganic materials.

A lichen is a mutualistic association of a fungus and a(an)
a) animallike protist.
b) photosynthetic organism.
c) plant.
d) parasite.

Sexual reproduction involves spores that contain dormant diploid cells among members of the phylum
a) Zygomycota.
b) Ascomycota.
c) Basidiomycota.
d) Deuteromycota.

Parasitic fungi attack
a) plants but not humans.
b) animals but not plants.
c) plants and algae.
d) humans, other animals, and plants.

The tangled mass that makes up the body of a fungus is the
a) ascus.
b) rhizoid.
c) mycelium.
d) stolon.

Fungi that are not known to reproduce sexually are classified in the phylum
a) Zygomycota.
b) Ascomycota.
c) Basidiomycota.
d) Deuteromycota.

Most fungi reproduce
a) sexually but not asexually.
b) asexually but not sexually.
c) both sexually and asexually.
d) neither sexually nor asexually.

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