Blastocladiales (class Chytridiomycetes) An order of fungi in which the thallus usually consists of rhizoid bearing hyphae or mycelium, and in which sexual reproduction involves the fusion of motile gametes which may be morphologically similar or different. The species are chiefly saprotrophic, occurring in soil, fresh water, etc.
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