A. Free from microorganisms or
living things
A. Saprophytic
Q. Suggest an adverse condition
Q. Name one economically harmful
that triggers sexual reproduction in
member of the Fungi kingdom.
Rhizopus.
A. Dehydration
A. Rhizopus; Mildew; Rusts; Smuts;
Blight; Dry rot; Athlete’s foot
Q. Give two advantages to Rhizopus
of zygospore formation.
Q. Give one beneficial use of fungi.
A. Can survive drought or named
adverse condition; Dispersal
A. Antibiotic production
Q. What term is used to describe the
process of asexual reproduction in
yeast?
Q. Outline the importance of
saprophytic nutrition in nature.
A. Budding
A. It breaks down dead organisms;
Recycling of nutrients
Q. How does asexual reproduction
in Rhizopus differ from that in
yeast?
Q. TRUE or FALSE. Rhizopus is a
member of the animal kingdom.
A. FALSE
A. Rhizopus produces spores
Q. What takes place in the
sporangium?
Q. Having finished the experiment
on leaf yeast, what did you do with
the agar plates?
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A. Production of spores;
Reproduction
A. Autoclave in disposal bag
Q. Name a fungus, other than
Q. Name a fungus, other than
Rhizopus or yeast, and explain how
Rhizopus or yeast, and explain how
it is harmful to humans.
it is of benefit to humans.
A. Mushrooms; Poisonous
A. Mushrooms; Edible
Q. State a function of the
sporangiophore.
Q. State a function of rhizoids.
A. Hold up/support the
sporangium
A. Anchorage; Absorption;
Digestion; Secretion of enzymes
Q. What term is used to describe the
nutrition of Rhizopus?
Q. What is the purpose of using
agar when growing fungi or
bacteria in the laboratory?
A. Heterotrophic
A. Source of nutrients
Q. Which type of division, mitosis or
meiosis, is involved in reproduction
in yeast?
Q. Suggest one reason why leaf
yeasts are more plentiful in July
than in March.
A. More leaves; More suitable
temperature; More reproduction
A. Mitosis
Q. What are anaerobic conditions?
Q. How did you recognise the leaf
yeasts when they appeared on the
agar?
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A. Lack of oxygen
A. Pink colonies
Q. Name the container in which you
grew the leaf yeast
Q. In anaerobic conditions yeast
produces ethanol and …
A. Petri dish
A. Carbon dioxide
Q. What form of heterotrophic
nutrition does Rhizopus have?
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Q. What is meant by sterile?
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