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1. Acellular
Describes any organism or tissue that is a mass of protoplasm which is not divided into cells, such as the plasmodium of some slime molds and the hyphae of some fungi .

2. Acervulus
A flat, often round mass of hyphae which carry spore-bearing parts called conidophores; acervuli are found in fungi belonging to the order Melanconiales.

3. Arthrospore
This is a cell formed by the fragmentation of a fungus' hyphae .

4. Basidiomycetes (club fungi)
A class of true fungi more commonly known as club fungi, so called because they produce their spores at the tips of swollen hyphae that look a bit like clubs or baseball bats. This division includes mushrooms, puffballs, earth stars, stinkhorns, bracket fungi, rust, smuts, jelly fungi and bird's-nest fungi.

5. Conidiophore
A structure found at the tips of hyphae in fungi which will bud the conidia, or fungal spore s.

6. Haustorium
The modified hyphae of a parasitic fungus that penetrate the host's cells.

7. Hyphae
The fine, branching tubes which make up the body (or mycelium ) of a multicellular fungus.

8. Hyphae
The multinucleate or multicellular filaments that make up the mycelium (body) of a fungus (sing.: hypha).

9. Mycelium (pl. mycelia; also thallus, pl. thalli)
The diffuse, indefinite body of a multicellular fungus , which is composed of many fine, branching tubes called hyphae.

10. Mycelium
The mass of interwoven filaments of hyphae in a fungus.


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