Structure and function of a plant

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Hyphae-it is the main body of the fungi which is made up of fine branching threads; these hyphae intertwine to form a web-like structure called the mycelium. Hyphae also hold the fungi plant. Mycelium is hard to be seen with naked eyes unless when the hyphae are very packed together

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