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What is unique about the members of the group of fungi to which Penicillium notatum belongs? A. They are not important for medicine. B. They are not made up of hyphae. C. They are used in fermentation. D. They lost the reproductive phase.

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Timothy Norman on December 1, 2018

The answer is: B. They are not made of hyphae. It is unique in that the members of the group of fungi to which penicilum notatum belongs. The hyphae can be described as filaments of that branch and that make up the mycelium of a fungus. The main job or function of a the hyphae is to be the catalyst for the fungal vegetative growth.


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