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PostSubject: Fungus-Like Protsist   23/03/09, 09:48 pm

Phylum Habitat Metabolism Reproduction Special Structures/ Characteristics Examples
Aerasiomycota Water, moist soilDecomposers, heterotrophs Asexual in good conditions, sexual in stressful conditions where genetic diversity is needed -haploid, amoeboid cells
-under stress, form multicellular colonies called “slugs”
- each slug has a base, stalk, and swollen tip that develops spores
Cellular slime mold
Myxomycota Water, moist soil Decomposers, heterotrophs Asexual in good conditions, sexual in stressful conditions where genetic diversity is needed- plasmodium- no cell walls or membranes
-diploid
Plasmodial slime mold
Oomycota Moist places, mostly water Decomposers, heterotrophsAsexual in good conditions, sexual in stressful conditions where genetic diversity is needed -flagellated reproductive cells
- many are plant pathogens
Water molds, white rust, downy mildews
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