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Published on Jun 8, Myxomycota is one of the division of fungal kingdom. SlideShare Explore Search You. Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime. Upcoming SlideShare. Like this presentation?
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Myxomycota 1. Myxomycota Presented by vivek kumar M. Sc Microbiology Bangalore university 2. Life cycle 5. Olive classified the group under the kingdom protista and divided them into seven classes:- 1 Protosteliomycetes. They are commonly found in damp places , especially on old wood and other decomposing plant parts.
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Fungi with a Plasmodial Thallus Division Myxomycota: Slime-Moulds
Myxomycota and Myxomycetes are terms used to refer to some fungus-like amoebozoa :. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Myxomycota and Myxomycetes are terms used to refer to some fungus-like amoebozoa : Infraphylum Mycetozoa which encompasses Myxogastria among other classes Class Myxogastria alone See also [ edit ] Wikispecies:Fungi classifications Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term. Categories : Disambiguation page with short description Disambiguation pages. Hidden categories: All article disambiguation pages All disambiguation pages.
Principles of Fungal Taxonomy pp Cite as. Two distinct phases occur in the life-cycle of a slime-mould. First there is an active assimilative phase in which the thallus, a protozoa-like amoeboid plasmodium , moves with a creeping motion and feeds either saprobically or holozoically by engulfing and digesting bacteria or other solid particles in food vacuoles formed according to need. Second, there is a quiescent phase in which the protoplasm of the plasmodium becomes concentrated into fungus-like sporangia with dry sporangiospores which are meiosporous in their formation. Hyphae are not formed at any time in the life-cycle. Because they appear to have affinities with protozoa and with fungi, the slime-moulds have always been peculiarly difficult to classify.