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___ are fungal filaments that are similar to plant roots.
a) Mycelia
b) Hyphae
c) Cilia
d) Flagella

a) are producers.
b) cannot eat or engulf food.
c) are found only in soil.
d) are primarily single-celled.

A Lichen
a) is a parasite.
b) is made up of an alga and a fungus that live intertwined together.
c) can live only where there is plenty of water.
d) is a consumer.

Club fungi produce special hyphae that develop
a) penicillin.
b) sacs.
c) basidia.
d) sporangia.

Which of the following is NOT a true statement about fungi?
a) Fungi are consumers
b) All fungi are made up of eukaryotic cells
c) Many fungi are decomposers
d) All fungi are multicellular

The cells in fungal filaments are unlike plant root cells in that cells in fungal filaments
a) do not have cell walls.
b) have openings in their cell walls and cytoplasm that moves freely between cells.
c) do not have cytoplasm.
d) are prokaryotic.

The hyphae in fungus grow together to form a twisted mass called the
a) mycelium.
b) flagellum.
c) basidium.
d) sporangium.

The mycelium is often found
a) growing on the fungal stalk.
b) growing in knobs on the top of the fungus.
c) underground.
d) within the cytoplasm of the cells.

Black bread mold is an example of a(n)
a) threadlike fungus.
b) sac fungus.
c) club fungus.
d) imperfect fungus.

Yeast is an example of a(n)
a) threadlike fungus.
b) sac fungus.
c) club fungus.
d) imperfect fungus.

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