Mastigomycotina is a former polyphyletic taxonomic grouping, a subdivision, of fungi, similar to Phycomycetes, and that included the zoosporic classes Chytridiomycetes, Hyphochytriomycetes, Plasmodiophoromycetes and Oomycetes. General features of Mastigomycotina:Wong, G. J.:
Classification of Fungi
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* They produce flagellated cells during their lifetime. * May bear rhizoids. * Mostly, filamentous and having coenocytic mycelium. * Show centric nuclear division. * Perfect state of spores is typically oospores.

See also

* Fungus-like organisms


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