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According to the University of California Museum of Paleontology, fungi have four major classifications: chytrids, bread molds, yeasts and sacs and club fungi. Each classification differs mostly by method of sexual repro... More »

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All mushrooms belong to the Fungi kingdom, however their phylum, class, family, and genus vary according to the mushroom type. Oyster mushrooms, meadow mushrooms and button mushrooms all have different scientific classif... More »

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Fungi are classified based on their methods of sexual reproduction. Each division of fungi has a unique method of reproduction, although all fungi reproduce sexually, and these characteristics account for their grouping ... More »

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