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Question: 1. One of the main differences between chytrid and zygospore fungi is how the haploid stage hypha…


1. One of the main differences between chytrid and zygospore fungi is how the haploid stage hyphae are classified. What terms would you use to describe the gametes of a chytrid fungus? Of a zygospore fungus? 2. What is distinct about the role of the zygospore in the life cycle of zygospore fungi? 3. Define the terms plasmogamy and karyogamy 4. Explain the reasoning behind the identification of a dikaryotic organism as (n+n)? 5. If a fungus is dikaryotic, it must be a member of which two fungal groups? What reproductive anatomical characteristics would you use to distinguish these groups from each other?

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1. One of the main differences between chytrid and zygospore fungi is how the haploid stage hyphae are classified. What terms would you use to describe the gametes of a chytrid fungus? Of a zygospore fungus? 2. What is distinct about the role of the zygospore in the life cycle of zygospore fungi? 3. Define the terms plasmogamy and karyogamy 4. Explain the reasoning behind the identification of a dikaryotic organism as (n+n)? 5. If a fungus is dikaryotic, it must be a member of which two fungal groups? What reproductive anatomical characteristics would you use to distinguish these groups from each other?

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