Ascomycotina (division Eumycota) A subdivision of fungi in which sexually produce spores are contained within asci and are called ascospores. There are many thousands of species. They are saprotrophic or parasitic and are found in a wide variety of habitats. Some species can cause disease in animals or plants.
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