[ mˈa͡ɪksəmˌa͡ɪsiːts], [ mˈaɪksəmˌaɪsiːts], [ m_ˈaɪ_k_s_ə_m_ˌaɪ_s_iː_t_s]
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How to use "Myxomycetes" in context?
"myxomycetes" is a diverse group of fungi that share many common features but have evolved separately over time. They are often overlooked, but they play an important role in the environment by breaking down organic materials.
Myxomycetes are usually small, but some are quite large. Some are colorful, while others are mostly black or brown. Some have trapdoors or gills on the hyphal tips, while others lack these features.
Most myxomycetes are heterotrophic, meaning they use carbon dioxide and water to photosynthesize and derive nutrients from organic materials.
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