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Question 1: These vesicles travel to the cell membrane via the ________ and release their contents outside the cell by the process of exocytosis, where it can then be transported to where it is needed.
CytoskeletonFtsZProteinMicrotubule

Question 2: In fact dimitic fungi almost always contain generative and skeletal hyphae; there is one exceptional genus, ________ that includes only generative and binding hyphae.
LaetiporusFungusGrifola frondosaPolyporaceae

Question 3: Some ________ fungi form haustoria that function in absorption within the host cells.
CatToxoplasmosisParasitismDirofilaria immitis

Question 4: The major structural polymer in fungal cell walls is typically chitin, in contrast to plants that have ________ cell walls.
StarchCelluloseSucroseGlucose

Question 5: A hypha (plural hyphae) is a long, branching filamentous cell of a ________, and also of unrelated Actinobacteria.
AscomycotaPlantBasidiomycotaFungus

Question 6: The spitzenkörper is part of the endomembrane system of fungi, holding and releasing vesicles it receives from the ________.
Cell (biology)Golgi apparatusEndoplasmic reticulumCell nucleus

Question 7: Septa are usually perforated by pores large enough for ________, mitochondria and sometimes nuclei to flow between cells.
Endomembrane systemCell (biology)Endoplasmic reticulumRibosome

Question 8: A hypha consists of one or more cells surrounded by a tubular ________.
Cell envelopeBacteriaChloroplastCell wall

Question 9: [1] In most fungi, hyphae are the main mode of vegetative growth, and are collectively called a mycelium; ________ are unicellular fungi that do not grow as hyphae.
FungusBacteriaYeastMicroorganism







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