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  • Cleaning Up with Decomposers - … Lesson Dependency :None Keywords: Animal, biology, bioremediation, decomposer, earthworm, environment, fungi, interaction, microorganism, nutrient, plant, recycling, worm Reviews: Read Reviews | Review … and they die. Fungi are another type of decomposer. Fungi include things like mushrooms, mildew, mold and toadstools. Fungi are not actually plants … makes soil healthier. Includes mushrooms, molds and mildews. Fungus (singular), fungi (plural). Earthworm: An example animal decomposer. Worms burrow in soil …
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  • Decomposers Get Energy From Dead Things - … two main types of decomposers, some bacteria and fungi. Mold is a type of fungi. Mushrooms are another type of fungus that … trees grass killer whale seal grasshopper parrotfish crab mussels salmon fungi phytoplankton zooplankton bacteria blue whale algae Astro-Venture: Biology Educator … mastered the major concepts: * Decomposers, such as some bacteria and fungi, get their energy by eating dead organisms. * Individual decomposers are …
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  • Witches Curse: Of Fungus and Witches - … out what students may already know about the Fungi Kingdom, by brainstorming examples of fungi and what characteristics students think a fungus … a visual aid. Internet Resources Dr. Fungus: Fungi, Fungus, Fugal http://www.doctorfungus.org/ Fungi http://www.microbe.org/microbes/fungi1.asp … to the Fungi http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/fungi/fungi.html Natural Perspective: Fungus Kingdom http://www.perspective.com/nature/fungi/ Pathogenic Fungi http://www …
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  • Fungi and protists - … Objectives: TSW 1.Identify characteristics of the kingdoms Protista and Fungi. (Science 6b, DOK I) Materials: Writing utensils, paper, transparencies, vis … kingdoms, the Protista and the Fungi. What types of fungi are there? What is a hyphae? Do fungi reproduce sexually or asexually? What … ask the student to demonstrate understanding of the structure of fungi, fungi reproduction, and protist characteristics as plant-like, animal-like, and …
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  • Rapid Mycological Assessment - … . - A Rapid Mycological Assessment (RMA) determines how many species of fungi are present in a given area. - The results of an … : 1. How do mycologists conduct fieldwork? 2. What types of fungi grow in our natural area? 3. Do the locations of … and animals between the two continents. Therefore, plants, animals and fungi that are the same or similar may exist on different … students to identify, draw and map as many species of fungi as possible. Remember that getting the names right isn't …
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  • Mushroom Prints - … + + photo of mushrooms + + Concepts: Organisms reproduce in different ways Mushrooms (fungi) reproduce asexually, needing the spores from only one parent to … . Check out some of these related web sites: + Introduction to Fungi + University of Michigan Fungus Collection + MycoElectronica - World of Mushrooms Careers … feed the plant Fungi (singular: fungus) One of the five kingdoms of life (animals, plants, fungi, protists, and monerans). Fungi were once thought …
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  • Sizing Up Species - … , antennae, appendages, arthropod, bacteria, biosphere, cephalothorax, class, classification, evolution, family, fungi, genus, kingdom, order, organism, phylum, species, taxonomy TIME two class … and diatoms. Fungi Most fungi are made of many cells. Mushrooms, molds, yeasts and mildews are examples of fungi. Until recently, fungi were classified as plants. Scientists now place fungi in their own kingdom because …
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  • Fungal History - … terms prior to the lesson): Antibiotic Medicinal Homeopathic Enduring Understandings: - Fungi have many uses beyond being edible. - Some mushrooms are extremely poisonous. - Many cultures use fungi as a daily therapeutic treatment. - Some groups have developed superstitions … . Summarize the problem or consequence with the fungi in this topic. Demonstrate how your fungi could or could not have been the …
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  • Microorganism Multiplication - … observations with pictures. Activity 3: Reporting Poster Paper (optional) Background Fungi - Yeast Yeasts are small, single-cell organisms. They are members … common than are bacterial infections. Club Fungi: Mushrooms, Rusts and Smuts Mushrooms, toadstools, bracket fungi, shelf fungi, puffballs and other various parasites such as rust and smuts are club fungi. Club fungi reproduce by spores …
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  • Fungus Among Us - … disease. Fungus Kingdom Fact Sheet Characteristics myceliumAll fungi are eukaryotic heterotrophs. This means that fungi posses a true nucleus and feed off other organisms, rather than photosynthesizing. In order to eat, fungi use extra-cellular digestion. They actually spew digestive enzyme onto … for bread, cheese, beer, and wine. A few very important fungi act medicinally as antibiotics. General Structure zygomycetesWith the exception of …
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