Describe the differences in the structure and significance for human life of molds of the genus mucor and penicilli.

1) mucor is a unicellular fungus with non-septic mycelium, penicill is a multicellular fungus with septic mycelium
2) In mucor, endospores on round sporangia, in penicillus – exospores on racemose conidia
3) Mukor is white, penicill is green-blue
4) Mukor spoils food, penicill is used in the production of antibiotics

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