A. By forming symbiotic relationships with animals
B. By being parasitic on plants and animals
C. By acting as decomposers on dead plants and animals
A. Hyphae are 100 to 1,000 times larger than plant roots
B. Mycelia are able to grow in the direction of food.
C. Fungi secrete extracellular enzymes that can break down large molecules.
D. Hyphae have a smaller surface area-to-volume ratio than do the hairs on a plant root.
A) the haploid state is dominant in both groups
B) both groups are predominantly autotrophs that produce their own food
C) both groups use chitin for support
D) both groups have cell walls
A) Fungi can reproduce asexually, while animals cannot.
B) Fungi are heterotrophs, while animals are not.
C) Fungal cells are prokaryotic, while animal cells are eukaryotic.
D) Fungal cells have cell walls, while animal cells do not.
A. All fungi are unicellular
B. All fungi are eukaryotic
C. All fungi are autotrophic
D. Most fungi are anaerobic
E. Most fungi are pathogenic to humans
AMF provide key nutrients to tree, grass, and shrub roots in exchange for sugar.