Fungi Propagation: Sexual & Asexual Life Cycles


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How do most fungi reproduce?

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1. In both asexual and sexual reproduction, what do most fungi use?

2. Fungi spores are haploid, what does this mean?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The reproduction and life cycle of fungi can be a difficult thing to understand. Never the less, use this assessment to test your understanding of the reproductive processes of fungi and fungi life cycles.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Complete this assessment to test your knowledge regarding:

  • How fungi reproduce
  • What fungi use to reproduce
  • Fungi spores
  • Stages of fungi reproduction

Skills Practiced

As you complete this assessment you will also practice skills:

  • Making connections - use your understanding of sexual and asexual reproduction to understand fungi reproduction
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding fungi reproduction
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define main phrases, such as diploid and haploid

Additional Learning

For a quick and effective review of the life cycles and reproduction of fungi, complete the lesson Fungi Propagation: Sexual & Asexual Life Cycles. In this lesson, you will cover topics from the assessment and:

  • Reason some fungi reproduce the way they do
  • Stages of fungi development
  • Differences between sexual and asexual reproduction of fungi