Welcome to the website of deuteromycota. Feel free to explore.
Deuteromycota, or Imperfect Fungi is called Fungi imperfecti because we do not know of their complete life cycles or how exactly they reproduce, only that it is asexual. The phase in which sexual reproduction is many times reffered to as the "Perfect Phase" which is also why deuteromycota are "imperfect".
Deuteromycota have long, threadlike tissues that form the body of sac and club fungi. Their branching tubes have asexual spores, called conidiophores, in them. Most asexual spores in other fungi are produced by sporangium, but these are not.
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