KINGDOM FUNGI

 
  • Algin : It is a type of complex sugar found in brown algae.
  • Antheridium : It is male sex organ in algae, fungi, bryophyte and pteridphyta.
  • Apothecium : These are cup or disc shaped ascocarp.
  • Ascogonium : It is the female gametangium of cetain ascomycete.
  • Ascus : It refers to the fruiting body of ascomycetes.
  • Asocarp : The fruiting body of group ascomycetes (fungi) is called ascocarp.
  • Basidiomycetes : Club fungi (wood decomposers; some are edible).
  • Basidium : It is the cell of pasidiomycete fungus that produces the haploid basidiomycete fungi.
  • Coencyte : It refers to cytoplasm having many nuclei.
  • Condium : It is a sexual spore of certain fungi.
  • Conidia : Haploid, a sexual spores produced in chains exogeneously in group ascomycetes are temed conidia.
  • Deuteromycetes : Fungi imperfecta.
  • Dikaryon : It refers to a cell having two different nuclei.
  • Eucarpic : When only a part of thallus is used for the formation of reproductive bodies.
  • Karyogamy : The fusion of nuclear material.
  • Mycelium : Group of hyphae is termed mycelium.
  • Mycology : It is the branch of biology that deals with the study of fungi.
  • Mycology : Study of fungi.
  • Mycorrhiza : An association of fungus with root of a higher plant is termed mycorrhiza.
  • Mycroblont : It is the fungal partner of fungi.
  • Oogamy : It is the fusion of small motile male gamete and large non-motile female gamete.
  • Perithellium : A type of ascocarp which bears pore through which ascospores are discharged.
  • Phycomycetes : Conjugation fungi (Black bread mould).
  • Plasmogamy : The fusion of protoplasm is called plasmogamy.
  • Plectenchyma : When the mycelium gets organized into loosely or compactly woven issue like structure.
  • Puff balls : The fruiting bodies or reproductive unit of group basidiomycetes (a club fungus).
  • Somatogamy : It refers to fusion of somatic hyphae.