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The vegetative growth form in a great majority of the fungi consists of a system of thread-like, walled, more or less cylindrical, hyphae (singular --hypha) making up what is called a mycelium (plural--mycelia). Some have a single celled vegetative form called a yeast.
Author: Tom Volk
Dept. of Biology
3024 Cowley Hall
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
La Crosse, WI 54601 USA
Home Page: http://TomVolkFungi.net