Apologia Biology Module #4 Study Guide

     This Study Guide Is Taken From " Exploring Creation With Biology 2nd Edition", By Dr. Jay L. Wile And Marilyn F. Durnell. This Apologia Book Has Had Good Reviews And Is Awesomely Put At A Christian Perspective.  This Study Guide Has Questions From The Study Guide In The Book On Module #4.   However, I May Have Added A Few Questions I Noted That I Did. Most Answers Were Taken From The Answer Book, Again However,. . .

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Which of the following characterstics or structures exist for the vast majority of fungi? Which...
Common to the majority of fungi extracellular digestion chitin mycelia hyphae cells...
Some biologists say a mushroom is much like an iceberg, because only about 10% of an iceberg...
Like an iceberg, the visible part of a mushroom is only a small fraction of the total mushroom,...
What is the difference between septate and non-septate hyphae?
Septate hyphae have cell walls to seperate the cells while non-septate hyphae do not.
What is the function of the rhyzoid hyphae?
The rhyzoid hyphae supports the fungus and digest the food.
What is the function of the stolon?
The stolon asexually reproduces.
What is the function of the sporophore?
A sporophore releases spores for reproduction.
What is the function of the haustorium?
A haustorium invades the cells of a living host to absorb food directly from the cytoplasm.
Which of he following hyphae are aerial? rhizoid hyphae    stolon    sporophore       Haustorium
Stolons and sporophores are aerial.
What is the difference between sporangiophore and a conidiophore?
A sporangiophore produces its spores in an encloser; a conidiosphore does not.
What is the main characteristic of phyla Basidiomycota?
Forms sexual spores on club-like basidia.
What is the main characteristic of phyla Ascomycota?
Forms sexual spores in sac-like asci.
What is the main characteristic of phyla Zygomycota?
Forms sexual spores where hyphae fuse.
What is the main characteristic of phyla Chytridiomycota? 
Forms spores with flagella.
What is the main characteristic of phyla Deuteromycota?
Fungi with no known method of sexual reproduction.
What is the main characteristic of phyla Myxomycota? 
Fungi that look like protozoa for much of their lives.
Describe the life cycle of a mushroom.
A mushroom begins life as a small mycelium that grows from spores which have come from another...
What is the main difference between shelf fungi, puffballs, and mushrooms?
       Shelf fungi form their spores in the pores of...
What is an alternate host? List a type of fungus that uses one.
a. A host that is needed for some parasitic fungi to complete its life cycle. It...
What type of fungus is best known for fermentation? To which phylum does it belong?
a. Yeast b. Ascomycota
How is budding different from the asexual reproduction in bacteria?
It is different because the daughter cell remains attached to the parent cell as it grows....
Name at least two pathogenic fungi and the maladies that they cause.
1) Claviceps purpurea/ergot of rye -> death 2) Cryphonectria parasitica -> chestnut...
What puts a fungus into phylum Deuteromycota?
If a fungus's sexual mode of spore formation cannot be determined.
What can happen if an antibiotic is used too much?
If an antibiotic is used too much, resistant strains of the pathogen, that the antibiotic is...
Name the genus of the fungus that produces penecillin.
Genus Penicillium
When a slime mold is a plasmodium, it resembles organisms from what kingdom?
Kingdom Protista
My own question: When do slime molds resemble protists? When do they resemble fungi?
a. When they feed. b. When they reproduce.
What is the easiest way to get rid of slime mold?
To get its habitat dry.
What are the two major forms of mutalism in which fungi participate? Describe each relationship...
1) Lichen and 2) Mycorrhizae A Lichen is a mutalistic relationship between a fungus and an...
What is soredium?
This is the dust-like substance produced by most lichens that contains spores from...

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