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Divisiones zygomycota asexual reproduction


The fungal life cycle of the fungi has two main types of reproduction: Some fungi show only one known reproduction type. Asexual forms anamorph were often described "Divisiones zygomycota asexual reproduction" and given different names than the sexual form teleomoph.

The complete form having both reproductive forms is called a holomorph. Fungi known only as anamorphs were previously grouped into the form-group Deuteromycetes Fungi Imperfecti. This group is not used anymore, because with molecular phylogenetic techniques the systematic position of a fungus can be determined Divisiones zygomycota asexual reproduction if the sexual structures are not known.

Meiotic development of haploid nuclei, their fusion, and the emerging diploid nuclei or zygote are the key-steps of sexual reproduction. A life cycle is considered as haplo-diploid if both phases exist. Generally a phase exists if mitotic cell divisions happen in that nuclear-state. Both Ascomycota and Basidiomycota have a special phase in their life cycle, the dikaryotic phase, when two haploid nuclei are in one hyphal segment.

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These dikaryotic hyphae develop when two monokaryotic cells or hyphae fuse somatogamy or plasmogamy but their nuclei do not. When a monokaryotic haploid stage is represented by distinct cells that fuse, we term them gametes and the fusion is called gametogamy.

The gametes can develop in special structures termed a gametangium. The differences necessary for successful "Divisiones zygomycota asexual reproduction" reproduction of fungi are represented by mating types.

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Mating types are determined by mating loci MAT loci. The main modes of heterothallism are grouped according to the number of MAT loci.

This type is the bipolar heterothallism. In tetrapolar heterothallism two MAT loci with at least two alleles determine the mating type. Several genes can function as MAT loci; often they code pheromones and their receptors or regulate genes coding such products.

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Names of the main groups of fungi were coined according to the structures developed during their sexual reproduction. Sexual reproduction of the main fungal groups differs significantly between each other and even within those groups.

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