Question

The Fungi are a kingdom driven by their relationships with other taxa. I) What two major roles do fungi play? ii) Describe one example of a specific fungal species that effects humans. Iii) Describe one example of a specific fungal species that effects plants.

Expert Answer

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.
Tagged in
Science
Biology

Fungi and Lichen

Related Biology Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: What is the key difference between the neutral-mutation hypothesis andbalancing selection?

A: There are many studies that have demonstrated that many populations possess huge amounts of variatio...

Q: Which of the following distinguishes lactate fermentation from alcoholic fermentation?     ...

A: Lactate fermentation In lactate fermentation, lactic acid is produced. Alcoholic fermentation In Alc...

Q: Crabs are a food source for the turtles who can use their strong jaws to crack their shells. 50 40 3...

A: Carrying capacity of a population is the absolute maximum population size (average population size) ...

Q: Following a disturbance such as a forest fire, secondary ecological succession can occur , true or f...

A: Ecological succession is the process of change in the species structure of an ecological community o...

Q: What is the value of NADH and FADH2? What do they contribute to cellular respiration?   ...

A: Cellular respiration is the aerobic process by which living cells break down glucose molecules, rele...

Q: Mendel's second postulate states: When two different unit factors responsible for a characteristic a...

A: The three basic Mendel’s laws known as laws of inheritance are: Law of Dominance Law of Segregation...

Q: Indicate which of the following provides an example of diffusion by answering yes or no. Water molec...

A: Diffusion involves the random molecular movement from the high concentration to the low concentratio...

Q: 1. Which of the listed protein would NOT be expected to have experienced vesicular transport? A. Cis...

A: Hello. Since your question has multiple parts, we will solve first question for you. If you want rem...

Q: Diseases that involve biofilm-producing bacteria are serious concern. They are not easily treated co...

A: Biofilms are a collective of one or more types of microorganisms that can grow on many different sur...

Q: Why is the oxygen we breath important for cellular respiration? Check all that apply.   ...

A: Cellular respiration is a cycle that all living things use to change over glucose into energy. Autot...

Q: Complete the punnett square for the following:Matt has blood type B and is heterozygous. Sue has blo...

A: The A and B genes are dominant and the O gene is recessive. For example, if an O gene is paired with...

Q: Which stage of aerobic respiration requires an input of oxygen?   Acetyl-CoA formation  ...

A: Aerobic respiration is the aerobic catabolism of nutrients to carbon dioxide, water, and energy, and...

Q: How does Cytochrome C contribute to the induction of cellular apoptosis?

A: Apoptosis is a programmed cell death. It is a mechanism by which the error prone cell genome or inju...

Q: Briefly describe how inflammation can contribute to carcinogenesis and disease progression through h...

A: Tumors are heterotypic collections of many cell types including cancer stem cells, progeny tumor cel...

Q: Function of proteins in the ETC (electron transport chain)?   energy of proteins use...

A: Electron transport chain:- Is a series of complexes that transfer electrons From electron donors to ...

Q: I need explanation for the why the answer is correct? And why would the other options wrong

A: Gene mutations are rare and random changes in DNA sequence which result in alteration of polypeptide...

Q: Explain the adaptation that allows thermophiles to survive in very high temperatures.

A: Bacteria are prokaryotic organisms that are unicellular in nature. The optimum temperature is that a...

Q: What are the two main types of bone tissue in lamellar bone?

A: Lamellar bone is formed by the parallel collagen fibers that are enclosed by the mineralized amorpho...

Q: There is a lot of nutrition information available in the media and online. How can you differentiate...

A: Food is the primary source of energy for all organisms. Without proper food and nutrition, an organi...

Q: In the experiment on herbivore insects consuming the leaves of oak trees (p. 22), describe how the r...

A: Ecology is the branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and to th...

Q: Why are oncogenes usually dominant in their action, whereas tumor-suppressor genes are recessive?

A: BASIC INFORMATION ONCOGENES When there is alteration in the proto-onco genes then it leads to the f...

Q: Which of the following is NOT produced during the reactions of acetyl-CoA formation?   Acet...

A: Acetyl-CoA can be defined as the acetyl-coenzyme A is the molecule that involves in many biochemical...

Q: how did agriculture affect human living circumstances?

A: Agriculture, it is a kind of art with science in which humans cultivate different varieties of crops...

Q: Visit this site (http://openstaxcollege.org/l/normallevels) for a list of normal levels established ...

A: Glucose is a monosaccharide, which plays a very important role in the biological system. It is found...

Q: Which of the following distinguishes fermentation from aerobic respiration? (Only one choice is corr...

A: Aerobic respiration is the aerobic catabolism of nutrients to carbon dioxide, water, and energy, and...

Q: please help me with this quickly

A: Sar1 is a protein that acts as a GTPase associated with COP2 coated vesicles. These COP2 coated vesi...

Q: Which type of drug would be an antidote to atropinepoisoning?a. nicotinic agonistb. anticholinergicc...

A: Substance that is used to counteract the poisoning effect is called an antidote. Thus antidote exert...

Q: A mutation in the trp repressor gene that prevents the apo-repressor from binding the co-repressor ...

A: Tryptophan operon Tryptophan operon is negatively regulated operon, it includes five gene, promotor,...

Q: What does the overt agression scale asses?

A: Overt aggression scale is divided into four parts. This scale is used for evaluation and documentati...

Q: Which of the following DOES NOT occur during the pharyngeal phase of swallowing? a) Soft palate bloc...

A: There are three stages in swallowing: Oral stage Pharyngeal phase Esophageal stage

Q: Both saltwater and freshwater fish have adaptations to control the movement of water and salts acros...

A: Answer: Introduction: Saltwater and freshwater fish have adaptations to control the movement of wate...

Q: What purpose does water services in the “Effects of Antiseptics & Disinfectants” lab? What did y...

A: Antiseptics are used on living organisms, such as human skin, to kill any microorganisms living on t...

Q: Based on the color of the pigments on the chromatography paper, explain which wavelengths of lights ...

A: Chromatography is a technique of separating the components present in the mixture. Paper chromatogra...

Q: With regard to heterosis, is each of the following statements consistent with the dominance hypothes...

A: Heterosis is a significant phenomenon in which the crossing of different inbred strains produces hyb...

Q: Explain the “great plate count anomaly.”

A: Microbiological culture is a method of multiplying microorganisms in lab conditions on growth media....