What Is Difference Between Septate Hyphae And Non Septate Hyphae?


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According to my research, most fungi have hyphae that form branching, threadlike tubular filaments.  These branching, filamentous structures either lack cross walls (coenocytic, non-septate) or have cross walls (septate) depending on the species.  These cross walls are known
as septa and these septa basically separate the fungal structure into sections.

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