Zygomycetes are coenocytic. This means they do not contain septae. Septae is used to divide the hyphae (filamentous structures) into different compartments.
Many members of this group of saprobic fungi live as part of the symbiotic relationship called lichen.
These fungi produce sexual ascospores, which are contained in sacs.
Yeast & Mildews
These club-shaped fungi are known for their haploid basidiospores and decomposing wood.
Mushrooms & Rusts
13. Examples of Invertebrates
Hydra and Jellyfish
Flatworms and Tapeworms
Segmented worms: Earthworms & Leeches
Squids, Octopuses, Slugs, Clams & Snails
Insects(Grasshoppers), Crustaceans (Shrimp, Craps) and Arachnids (Spiders)
Sea Stars (Starfish) and Sea Urchins
14. List four characteristics common to all chordate phyla:
Dorsal hollow nerve cord: forms the nervous system and becomes the brain and spinal cord in some.
Notochord: long support rod that is replaced by bone in most.
Pharyngeal gill slits: slit-containing structure, which functions in respiration and/or feeding.
Tail: extension past the anus that is lost by birth in many species
20. What do the terms Aceolomate, Pseudocoelomate, and Coelomate mean?