What Are The Four Main Types Of Fungi?

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Vincent Davis answered
There are four phyla, or divisions of fungi: Zygomycota, Ascomycota, Basidiomycota, and Deuteromycota.
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Anonymous answered
Zygomycota is your common molds,
basidiomycota is your club fungi,
deuteromycota is your imperfect fungi, and
ascomycota is your sac fungi
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Aisha answered
According to my information, there are 7 main groups of fungi which are based on their reproductive structures. These are:
- Chytridiomycota or chytrids. They undergo zygotic meiosis.
- Blastocladiomycota are saprotrophs and parasites of all eukaryotic groups. They undergo sporic meiosis.
- Neocallimastigomycota are anaerobic organisms They lack mitochondria. They form zoospores that are posteriorly nanoflagellate or polyflagellate.
- Zygomycota reproduce sexually with meiospores called zygospores and asexually with sporangiospores.
- Glomeromycota reproduce asexually.
- Ascomycota are sac fungi. They undergo asexual reproduction  
- Basidiomycota or club fungi produce meiospores called basidiospores. For details see the link below:
Types of Fungi

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