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Question 1: The thallus of a ________ is usually called a mycelium.
AscomycotaBasidiomycotaPlantFungus

Question 2: The gametophyte of some non-thallophyte plants -- clubmosses, horsetails, and ________ is termed "prothallus".
Flowering plantGymnospermFernEmbryophyte

Question 3: A ________, for example, may have its thallus divided into three regions.
KelpAlgaeMacrocystis pyriferaMacrocystis

Question 4: A thallus is also commonly used to refer to the vegetative body of a ________.
Lobaria pulmonariaPeltigeralesParmeliaceaeLichen

Question 5: [1] Even though thalli do not have organized and distinct parts (leaves, roots, and stems) as do the vascular plants, they may have ________ structures that resemble their vascular "equivalents".
AristotleHumanAnalogyPlato

Question 6: In ________, thallus is sometimes also called frond.
JapanSeaweedAlgacultureAlgae

Question 7: Thallus, from ________ Greek θαλλός (thallos), meaning a green shoot or twig, is an undifferentiated vegetative tissue of some non-mobile organisms, many of which were previously known as the thallophytes.
Vulgar LatinLatinOld LatinRoman Empire







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