I could not find the piece of information form Burton Human Parasitology -book and not by Google. Yeast is divided to two phylums: one of them is Ascomycota. Aspergillus clavatus belong to the given ...
What is the difference between “dikaryotic” and “heterokaryotic” states in the sexual lifecyles of fungi?
Many fungi undergo a reproductive phase in which more than one genetically distinct nuclei (from 2 separate mating types) is present within the same cytoplasm. In the Ascomycota and Basidiomycota, ...
I know how plant cells and animal cells react to being cultured and grown this way, but what about mushrooms? Would they respond like plants, and result in embryos growing off the mass? Or does the ...
It was somewhat new to me that mushrooms usually aren't individual organisms, but are merely the visible bodies of a bunch of fungi living in the soil. I know that mushrooms emit spores to reproduce, ...