Product Code TM 243
Fungi are multicellular heterotropic members of the plant kingdom that lack roots and stems and are referred to as thallophytes. They are larger than the bacteria and more complex in their morphology. The form of sporulation and the type of spore are important criteria in the identification of various fungi. Fungi are extremely successful organisms, as evidenced by their ubiquity in nature. Identification and classification of fungi is primarily based on the morphologic differences in their reproductive structures. Fungi reproduce sexually or asexually or by both means. Sexual reproduction is associated with the formation of specialized structures that facilitate fertilization and nuclear fission, resulting in the production of specialized spores. Large, multicelled spores are called macro conidia, macrospores and are produced by aerial sporulation. Imperfect fungi are those in which no sexual phase has been demonstrated. The spores are produced directly or from the mycelium.
for cultivation of fungi particularly for macrospore formation
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