What is the sac containing sexual spores of sac fungis?
This sac is called ascus .
Club fungi produce sexual spores in a club-shaped structure. This is known as basidia and is closely related to sac fungi.
Basidiomycota- spores born externally on a club shapped structure called basidum, and forcibly discharged Ascomycota -spores born internally in a sac called an ascus Zygomycota- sexual spores are thick walled resting spores called zygosprores Chytidimycota-sexual and asexual spores motile with posterior flagella
There are club fungi, sac fungi, zygote fungi, and imperfect fungi.
sac fungi produce spores in a saclike structure called an sporangia
some are edibal like morels,called sac fungi because they have pods of spores,spores are microscopic
A small sac called a basidium
Sporangiospores- asexual spores produced at the end of aerial hyphae enclosed within a sac. Rhizopus makes these types of spores. Conidiospores- asexual spores produced in chains at the end of aerial hyphae and are not enclosed by a sac. Penicillium makes these types of spores.
A sac fungus is a fungus belonging to the phylum Ascomycota, which contains non-motile spores in a sac.
The asci--the structure that produces the spores--looks like a sac.
Sac fungi get their name because they produce their spores in pod/sac-like structures called asci.
A cyst is a closed sac containing fluid or semisolid material. An abscess is another type of closed sac containing infectious material.
They are classified by their mode of development. Sporangiospores- asexual spores produced at the end of aerial hyphae enclosed within a sac. Rhizopus makes these types of spores. Conidiospores- asexual spores produced in chains at the end of aerial hyphae and are not enclosed by a sac. Penicillium makes these types of spores. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_two_types_of_asexual_spores_of_mold#ixzz2A3ndKQ3N
The asci--the structure that produces the spores--looks like a sac.
I belive it is the basidim this is jalynn
Sac fungi get their name because of their asexual spore production, they produce their spores in pod/sac-like structures called asci.
Chytridomycota = produce zoospores that have flagella (most primitive) Zygomycota = produce thick-walled structures called zoosporangia during reproduction. Ascomycota = produce spores in sac-like asci Basidiomycota = produce sexual spores in structure called basidia
The Five division of Kingdom Fungi are the 1. Chytridiomycetes -The name is derived from the greek chytridion meaning " Little Pot" describing the structure containing unreleased spores. 2.Zygomycetes -involves the formation of resistend bodies. 3.Glomeromytes -reproduce asexually through blastic development of the hyphal tip to produce spores. 4.Ascomycetes - structure like the asei a small sac like structure. 5.Basidiomycetes - The name is derived from the sexual reproductive structure. :)shawie
Spores are like the seeds in flowering trees and conifers except they are smaller and many thousand can be released in one spore sac. The spores enable a plant to grow again but only ferns, mosses and liverworts have spores.
Conidia. Haploid asexual spores.
lactic acid fermentation.
Sac Fungi would need a food source, so they can reproduce by reproducing spores. When they do produce spores the wind carries that spore to make a new fungi. Sac Fungi would also need humidity to survive.
The sac containing the male gonads is called the scrotum. This contains the testes, the penis, and several other organs that are needed for reproduction.
Bursa means sac containing fluid. these can be found between your joints.
Too many to name. A sporagium is just a stalk supported sac that contains spores. Angiosperms and gymnosperms have these also.
It is Ascomycota. They got their name from the fact that they produce their spores, acospores, in special pods or sac-like structures called asci.
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The Basidiomycetes or the Ascomycetes are 2 main groups of fungi . In the Basidiomycetes, the spores are produced externally, on the end of specialised cells called basidia. In Ascomycetes, spores are produced internally, inside a sac called an ascus. Asci and basidia are both microscopic structures. Spores are produced by meiosis . Basidiomycetes Ascomycetes Fungi with spores produced externally, on specialised cells called basidia. Typically, there are 4 spores per basidium . Fungi with… Read More
Amniotic membrane or amniotic sac, containing the embryo and amniotic fluid.
Sporange(the sac in which spores form) and door-hinges P.S. Yes door hinges.
Sac fungi can reproduce both asexually and sexually during their life cycles. Most of the time, they use asexual reproduction. When they reproduce sexually, they form a sac called an ascus. This sac gives the sac fungi their name. Sexually produced spores develop within the ascus. Most sac fungi are made of many cells. However, yeasts are single-celled sac fungi. When yeasts reproduce asexually, they use a process called budding. In budding, a new cell… Read More
Mediastinum, or pericardial sac
Not exactly. Club fungi produce spores on top of club-shaped structures called basidia. Not exactly. Club fungi produce spores on top of club-shaped structures called basidia.
Worms are "A" sexual and lay one egg sac containing many single eggs. It takes approximatley one week for the eggs to hatch. cause you think earth worms are wresting but they are not so they breed in a tumbling motion.
Fungi reproduce using spores, contained inside a sac until they are released.
the ovary of a hibiscus is the sac inside the flower containing seeds.
A closed abnormally developed sac containing fluid, infection or other matter above or below the skin. Rupture of the sac is possible and removal of the cystic "wall" or sac may be needed.
An ascus is a sac-shaped cell present in ascomycete fungi, in which meiosis and an additional cell division produce eight spores.
Yeast cells reproduce sexually. They are members of Ascomycota in Kingdom Fungi. They produce ascospores which classify them as Fungi. Classified as sac fungi because their spores formed in an ascus.
It avoids the friction between structures
Yes,you can have sex during a pregnancy until it becomes uncomfortable for the mother. You will not injure the fetus by having sexual intercourse. The baby is protected by a sac of amniotic fluid. Yes,you can have sex during a prgnancy until it becomes uncomfortable for the mother. You will not injure the fetus by having sexual intercourse. The baby is protected by a sac of amniotic fluid.
sac fungi "a packet of baking yeast holds spores of the sac fungus saccharmyces cerevisiae. when bread dough is set out to rise in a warm place the spores germinate and release cells that reproduce by budding. bubble of carbon dioxide produced by the fermenation of reactions in these cells cause dough to expand. fermentation by s. cerevisia also helps us produce beer and wine" straight from the biology book
I believe that you are asking about a 'cyst'. (sissed)
The reproductive structures within the Ascomycota (sac fungi) are called Ascus, which contain ascospores (unto 8 per Ascus). these are used to either asexual or sexual reproduction
If you have a semipermeable sac containing 4 percent NaCl, 9 percent glucose, and 10 percent albumin is suspended in a solution with the following com- position: 10 percent NaCl, 10 percent glucose, and 40 percent albumin. The glucose will move into a semi-permeable sac.
The epicardium is the outer layer of the heart (whereas the outside sac containing the heart is called the pericardium).
Other infections which can be caused by Salmonella include:.infection of the sac containing the heart (pericarditis)