Deuteromycotes

Deuteromycotes were originally known as the Fungi Imperfecti because, unlike other fugi phyla, they never form structures from sexual reproduction; this makes them seem "incomplete." Evolutionarily, this group is thought to be derived from sexual ancestors that perhaps took more time and energy to reproduce. The single-parent spores, also known as conidia, lead to colonization of many environments. Penicillin, a compound that destroys bacterial cell walls, is produced by the deuteromycote Penicillium. Other species of this group are used in making soy sauce.

Some, such as Candida or Tinia, cause human skin infections such as vaginitis, athlete's foot, and diaper rash.

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