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Basidiomycota asexual reproduction


This is a picture of an Amanita Muscaria http: A typical fungus consists of hyphaewhich form the fungal body. These hyphae are microscopic walled tubes or filaments that are lined with plasma membrane and contain Basidiomycota asexual reproduction. The hyphae branch into a complicated network known as the myceliumwhich is the feeding network of the fungus. The cell walls of the hyphae are made of chitina nitrogen containing polysaccharide that is strong but flexible.

The cytoplasm is multinucleate and the hyphae may have septawhich are cross-walls used for more strength. Fungi can grow rapidly because of the structure of their mycelium.

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