How Do Lichens Reproduce?

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Lichens can reproduce two ways. A lichen produces soredia, or a cluster of algal cells. This will grown into new lichens. The second way is through isidia, and this is almost the same, but not exactly. The isidium is like a miniature lichen.
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That's actually a complicated question, because lichen are actually several different organisms that make up a single lichen! Each lichen consists of, at minimum, one species of fungus
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Many lichens reproduce asexually, either by vegetative reproduction or through the dispersal of diaspores containing algal and fungal cells. Soredia (singular soredium) are small
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Lichen either reproduce through structures that produce spores which germinate, or they
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