Compiled By:

 Almira Thalita Ulima (4)

Bryan Chandra Varissa (8)

 Desi Suryani Dewi (10)

Hasan Basri Nasution (14)

     Lintang Purwati
1. Objectives:

     to know what kind of mold spores, sporangium mosses and ferns and fungi

2. Basic Theory

     There are many kinds of mushrooms and multiply by spores and
     conjugation. Ferns and mosses have sporofit and gametophyte phase. In
     phase sporofit ferns using spores to multiply. These spores came from the
     sporangium (spore box.) While phase sporofit on moss spores also use.

3. Problem Formulation

        o    What types of fungi that live on bread and tempeh?
        o    How sporangium forms spikes that were observed with a
        o    How moss forms were observed with a microscope?

4. How it Works:

1. Prepare all the ingredients to be observed
2. Take a pinch with a toothpick
3. Set the light at the lens
4. Put the material to be observed in the preparations and then give a little
   glass of water drops using a pipette, then cover with glass cover
5. Pinch clamp glass microscope preparations on
6. Observe and record observations

5. Tools and materials

    tool:

        o    Microscope
        o    Glass preparation
        o    Pipette
        o    Beaker glass
        o    Rag
        o    Glass cover

    Material:

        o    Tempe rotten
        o    Bread outdated
        o    Moss
        o    Sporangium ferns
6. Observation Results

      o   Spores found in moss
      o   Fungi found on the expiry of bread
      o   Hyphae found in Tempe
      o   sporangium nail on the limiting membrane contained spores
      o   there are spores in the sporangium

7. Conclusion

      o   Moss Sporofit phase
      o   Fungi live and breed in food that has been stale / started to rot
      o   The structure consists of a collection of fungal hyphae -hyphae
      o   Sporangium is still not broken

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