Chapter 11, Section 2, Fungi-B Question Preview (ID: 275)

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

The umbrella-shaped mushrooms that suddenly appear on your lawn are an example of
a) Threadlike fungi.
b) imperfect fungi.
c) club fungi.
d) sac fungi.

Threadlike fungi reproduce asexually by forming round spore cases called
a) sporangia.
b) hyphae.
c) basidia.
d) ascus.

The largest group of fungi are the
a) threadlike fungi.
b) hyphae.
c) club fungi.
d) sac fungi.

Sac fungi reproduce sexually by first forming a(n)
a) sporangium.
b) hyphae.
c) basidium.
d) ascus.

Yeast reproduce
a) sexually by conjugation.
b) asexually by budding.
c) asexually using the lytic cycle.
d) asexually by fission.

Lichens are
a) producers.
b) all the answers.
c) decomposers.
d) consumers.

Which of the following statements is NOT true of imperfect fungi?
a) An imperfect fungus causes chestnut blight.
b) An imperfect fungus causes athlete's foot.
c) An imperfect fungus is the source of the antibiotic penicillin.
d) An imperfect fungus produces aflatoxin, which can cause cancer.

Fungi that grow outward from wood, forming small shelves, are called
a) smuts.
b) puffballs.
c) bracket fungi.
d) gill fungi.

The mushroom that you buy in the store or order on your pizza are examples of
a) gill fungi.
b) puffballs.
c) bracket fungi.
d) smuts.

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