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Flagellated Fungi (Oomycetes)Flagellated fungi are now considered to be examples of protozoa. Their cell walls are made of cellulose. They are diploid, rather than haploid, coehocyctic growth. They are found in aquatic and moist soils. Flagellated fungi produce thick-walled sexual resting spores called oospores and nonmotile asexual spores called sporangia.
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