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Post by Nathanael Shim on January 11, 2013

What kind of fungi can move on its own??

Fungi

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:06
    • Objectives
  • Common Characteristics 0:21
    • Multicellular
    • Heterotrophs
    • Saprophytes
    • Hyphae
    • Examples: Mushrooms, Molds, and Yeasts
  • More Characteristics 3:14
    • More Characteristics
  • Fungus Reproduction 4:27
    • Sexual and Asexual Reproduction Overview
    • Asexual Reproduction
    • Sexual Reproduction
  • Fungi Classification 6:43
    • Classifying Fungi
    • Club Fungi - mushroom
    • Sac Fungi - Ascus
    • Zygote Fungi - Sporangium
  • Example 1: Why are Fungi Called Natural Recyclers? 8:10
  • Example 2: Describe the Reproductive Structure for Each of the 3 Types of Fungi 8:40
  • Example 3: How Do Fungi Reproduce Sexually? 9:55
  • Example 4: Identify the Type of Fungus Pictured Below and the Main Group It Belongs to 10:46