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BIO 1305 Fungi Cells

by: Daizha Gomes

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Notes on fungi cells
mod concepts of bioscience
Walter Holmes
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Daizha Gomes on Sunday October 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to bio 1305 at Baylor University taught by Walter Holmes in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see mod concepts of bioscience in Biology at Baylor University.


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Date Created: 10/02/16
Cells Continued… Protista No true embryo Group to themselves Very few cells  Evolution & Origin are two totally different things. Fungi Wall (chitin, as opposed to cells walls being made of cellulose) No chlorophyll o Digestive enzymes in body o No digestive system o They absorb food o Don’t create their own food Septate Wall(chitin) No cyto Septate(Septa) Hypha Hyphae Mycelium Aseptate No septate Dicaryotic hypha Clamp connection *Learn reproduction of fungi* Only sexual reproduction Membranes are…  Not barriers  Selective  Process information  Energy transformation  Dynamic (Opposite of static)  Organic Reactions Cells Made Up of… o Phospholipid Bilayer o Cholesterol Molecule o Peripheral Membrane Proteins & Integral Membrane Proteins o Oligosaccharides are attached to the outer surface of proteins or lipids* Structure called… FLUID MOSAIC MODEL ONLY ANIMAL MEMBRANES HAVE STEROIDS IN THEM!!! PLANTS DO NOT CONTAIN CHOLESTEROL


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