A fungus is any member of the group of eukaryotic organisms that includes
unicellular microorganisms such as yeasts and molds, as well as multicellular
fungi that produce familiar fruiting forms kno...
Types of Fungi The 100000 identified species of organisms commonly classed
together as fungi are customarily divided into four phyla, or.
Fungi with sporophores (fruiting bodies) large enough to be readily visible will
usually belong to one of two main groups. The Basidiomycetes or the ...
The three types of fungi are yeast, mushroom and mold. Yeast is a unicellular
fungus that can cause ringworm and baker's yeast, mushroom is a fungus that ...
A word fungus, plural fungi, is adopted from Latin fungus (mushroom), from Greek
sphongos (sponge), and refers to a physical appearance of fungi. Mycology ...
In this lesson, we will examine the group of organisms known as the fungi. This
group includes the familiar organisms mushrooms, yeasts and molds....
Mushrooms are the spore-producing structures of some fungi. A mushroom
consists of a stalk and a cap, and in most species the spores are formed on gills.
Fungi can be single celled or very complex multicellular organisms. They are
found ... A very small number of fungi cause diseases in animals. ... Types of
The Fungus Kingdom is often but not always divided into seven phyla (
sometimes called divisions -- see our "Pigeon-Holing" page), as shown at the
Aug 31, 2000 ... Superficial fungal infections are found in the top layers of the skin and mucous
membranes, the hair, and the nails. Deep fungal infections ...