Type
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ascospore
ascus
Asocarp
Basidiocarp
Basidiospore
basidium
Chitin
conidiophore
Fruiting Body
gametangium
Haustorium
Hyphae
Lichen
mycelium
mycorrhiza
Rhizoid
septum
sporangium
Spore
stolon

fungi word search

Type
Word Search
Description

ascocarp
ascospore
ascus
basidium
basidocarp
basidospore
bioindicator
chitin
conidiophore
fruiting body
gametangium
hastorium
hypha
lichen
mycelium
mycorrhiza
rhizoid
septum
sporangium
spore
stolon

Kingdom Fungi Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A single, usually tubular, threadlike filament of a fungus. Hyphae
A mass of fungal hyphae. Mycelium
Simple, alga-like organism that is a member of the Phylum Chytridiomycota Chytrid
A delicate root- or root-hair-like structure of algae, fungi, the gametophytes of bryophytes, and certain structures of a few vascular plants; functions in anchorage and absorption but has no xylem or phloem. Rhizoids
A structure in which spores are produced; it may be the either unicellular or multicellular. Sporangia
The stalk on which a sporangium is produced. Sporangiophores
A reproductive cell or aggregation of cells capable of developing directly into a gametophyte or other body without uniting with another cell. Spores
Sac fungi Ascomycota
Mostly Ustilaginomcetes and can cause plant disease. Smut
Fingerlike hollow structures in which the fusion of two haploid nuclei is followed by meiosis. Asci
A widely distributed edible fungus that has a brown oval or pointed fruiting body with an irregular honeycombed surface bearing the spores. Morel
The fruiting body of fungus. Truffle
Disease resulting from consumption of goods made with flour containing ergot fungus. Ergotism
Club fungi Basdiomycota
Fungi Imperfecti or imperfect fungi Deuteromycota
Blue mold that is common on food. Penicillium
A condition in which certain fungi infect the tissue. Aspergillosis
Slow-growing plant that usually grows in branches on rocks, walls and trees. Lichen
Product of the union of two gametes. Zygomycota
An asexually produced fungal spore formed outside of a sporangium. Conidia

Biology Chapter 19 Protists Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

are mutualistic partnerships between fungi and the roots of certain plants; help the plant to fix nitrogen. mycorrhizae
structures at the tips of the hyphae that produce spores; found in fungi, algae, and some plants. sporangia
which means "false foot", is a temporary extension of cytoplasm and plasma membrane that helps protozoa move and feed pseudopod
eukaryotic organisms that have both fungus-like and animal-like traits. slime mold
long strands that the bodies of multicellular fungi are made of. hyphae
used informally to describe the many phyla of animal-like protists protozoa
eukaryote that is not an animal, a plant, or a fungus protists
a tough polysaccharide that is also found in the shells of insects and their close relatives chitin
short hairlike structures that cover some or all of the cell surface and help the organism swim and capture food. cilia
an underground network of hyphae. mycelium
fungus that grows symbiotically with algae, resulting in a composite organs that grows on rocks or tree trunks. lichen
photosynthetic plantlike protists. algae
fungus-like protists that are made up of branching strands of cells. water mold
a reproductive structure of a fungus that grows above ground. fruiting body

Microbes Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

basidium
pseudopod
pellicle
basidocarp
ascocarp
sporangium
spore
chitin
protozoan
virus
retrovirus
capsid
capsule
bianary fission
bacteria

FUNGI Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

WHAT IS ANOTHER NAME FOR SEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN RHIZOPUS STOLONIFER Conjugation
WHAT ARE SPORES FORMED BY IN REPRODUCTION? Mitosis
WHAT RESULTS IN THE FORMING OF TWO GAMETANGIA Zygote
NAME THE LIVING METHOD OF NUTRITION OF RHIZOPUS STOLONIFER parasitic
AERIAL HYPHAE GROWING HORIZONTALLY stolon
METHOD OF ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN YEAST BUDDING
A TYPE OF MUSHROOM FOUND IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DEATH CAP
WHICH IS A BENEFIT OF FUNGI PRODUCTION OF ANTIBIOTICS OR CAUSE OF ANIMAL DISEASE ANTIBIOTICS
NAME ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF FUNGI APART FROM RHIZOPUS STOLONIFER AND YEAST MUSHROOMS
A METHOD OF NUTRTION IN WHICH PROTEINS AND LIPIDS ARE PRODUCED Saprophitic
MASS OF HYPHAE mycelium
TRUE OR FALSE DOES FUNGI CONTAIN A NUCLEUS true
HOW MANY KINGDOMS ARE PRESENT IN TOTAL five
ANOTHER NAME FOR SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVECES YEAST

chapter 19 crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

is a eukaryote and isn't an animal, fungus or plant protist
the many phyla of all animal-like protists protozoa
a temporary extension cytoplasm and plasma that helps it to move and feed pseudopod
short, hairlike structures that cover some or all of the cells surface... cilia
photosynthetic plantlike protists algae
eukaryotic organisms that have both fungus-like and animal traits Slime molds
are fungus like protists that are made up of branching strands of cells water molds
fungus cell walls are made of chitin
the bodies of multi-cellular fungi are made of long strands of hyphae
a underground network of hyphae mycelium
a reproductive structure that grows above ground fruiting body
mutualistic partnerships fungi and the roots of certain plants mycorrhizae
they reproduce asexually by producing spores in sporangia
is a mutualistic relationship between fungus and algae lichen

Kingdom Fungi Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Mycelium
fungus
zygote
mold
spore
mushroom
lichen
puffball
smuts
Morel
symbiosis
myxomycota
Deuteromycota
Chytridiomycota
Zygomycota
Yeast
Ascomycota
Basidiomycota

Chapter 19/20 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ascocarp
basidiosphore
bioindicator
bioluminescent
chitin
conidophore
gametangium
haustorium
hypha
lichen
mycellium
mycirrhiza
plasmodium
protozoans
pseudopod
rhizoid
septum
sporangium
stolon
trichocyst

Chapter 19 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Photosynthetic plantlike protists. Algae
Tough polysaccharide found in the shells of insects and their close relatives. Chitin
Short, hairlike structures that help organisms swim and capture food. Cilia
A reproductive structure of a fungus that grows above ground. FruitingBody
The long strands that make up the bodies of multicellular fungi. Hyphae
A mutualistic relationship between a fungus and algae or photosynthetic bacteria. Lichen
An underground network of Hyphae. Mycelium
Mutualistic partnerships between fungi and the roots of certain plants. Mycorrhizae
Eukaryote but not animal, plant, or a fungus. Protist
Used to describe the many phyla of animal-like protist. Protozoa
Means "fake foot." PSEUDOPOD
Eukaryotic organisms with funguslike and animal-like traits. SlimeMold
Spore-forming structure at the tip of their hyphae. SPORANGIA
Funguslike protists. WaterMold

Fungi Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An organism made up of many cells Multicellular
The only unicellular fungi yeast
long, branching filamentous structures hyphae
mass of branching, thread-like hyphae mycelium
Cells that have a nucleus and membrane bound organelles eukaryotic
portion of the fungus found above the ground fruiting body
Mutualistic relationship between a fungus and a plant Mycorrhizae
Mutualistic relationship between a fungus and an algae lichen
These organisms excrete enzymes to break down materials and then digest needed nutrients saprophytes
Fungi are classified by the way they make _________________ during reproduction. spores
Bread Mold is an example of this phylum Zygomycota
This phylum is commonly called the "sac fungi". Ascomycota
Mushrooms, Rusts, and Smuts belong in this phylum Basidiomycota
Which phylum no longer exists? deuteromycota
This kingdom is composed of organisms that are multicellular, heterotrophic, and decomposers Fungi
These organisms are the only fungi with flagellated spores Chytrids