life cycles and hyphae of fungi

Colin A. B. Davidson c.davidson at biotech.cam.ac.uk
Wed Feb 14 19:04:40 EST 2001


"Debbie" <debbie_holiday at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:nP1i6.221$805.70445 at sapphire.mtt.net...
> The hyphae of fungi can be septate, coenocytic and can have haustoria.
What
> does this mean?
>
> The life cycles of fungi ca be complex, and they include th following:
> syngamy, plasmogamy, karyogamy, and dikaryotic. How do these term  relate
to
> the life cycle of any fungi?
>

Sounds suspiciously like an essay question. You'll find the answers in any
good mycology text.








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