Fungus Baramins

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Fungus are spore producing items which include mushrooms, yeast, and molds. They do not produce their own energy through photosynthesis, but instead derive nutrients from the organic matter of plants and animals. They can be unicellular, multi-cellular, or even multi-nucleated. Most fungi are beneficial, yet some can cause disease in man, animal, or plants.

Sac Fungus / Ascomycota Cognitum

The Sac Fungi are characterized by reproduction involving an ascus, a sac like structure which contains the spores. This group includes the commonly known baker’s yeast as well as several food crop pests such as apple scap and brown rot.

Club Fungus / Basidiomycota Cognitum

Club fungi are the familiar mushrooms and also include rusts and puffballs. They are characterized by reproduction involving basidium, a club shaped projection which contains the spores. The main part of the fungus is composed of hyphae, the branching and threadlike filaments which are inside the soil or a host organism.

Conjugation Fungus / Zygomycota Cognitum

The Congjugation fungi include many molds, which feed on dead plants and animals, as well as invertebrate parasites. They are characterized by reproduction involving conjugating gametangia which forms zygospores.

Last Updated: 06 / 2017
Todd Elder

Todd Elder

Todd Elder has a deep desire to understand and experience Creation. As a Baraminologist, his current research includes developing the Katagenos Species Concept, the Natanzera Classification System, and the Floral Formula Method of determining Plant Kinds. As an author and speaker, his books and seminar materials are designed to encourage a growing relationship with the Creator.
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