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Biolink
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Microbiology

I need help with this, can anyone give me the schematic classification for mold and yeast and provide me website or ebook link where i can get the details to proceed further with my work. Your timely help is highly appreciated.

jackclj
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I'm not sure what your asking

I'm not sure what your asking for but here's something that may get you started.
See this link to see the taxonomic classification of life up to the fungi kingdom (Eumycota)
http://pavellas.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/living-organisms.jpg
Then I guess you could add 2 branches below that, one for unicellular organisms (yeasts) and the other for multicellular organisms (molds).
But there are various ways to classify life. If you could make your question a bit more specific I could try to give you a better answer...

Biolink
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Thank you for your response.

Thank you for your response. I finally did research on my own and found the answers by myself. Your help is highly appreciable as i can add more details to my assignment. Thank you once again.

tmlqcmicro2011
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DEAR U CAN GO FOR A BOOK

DEAR U CAN GO FOR A BOOK "Henrici s MOLDS, YEASTS, and ACTINOMYCETES" BY CHARLES E. SKINNER, PH. D. Assistant Professor of Bacteriology University of Minnesota, I M SURE THAT THIS BOOK HELP IN YOUR WORK.

Jorge1907
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 Yeast is not a taxonomic

 Yeast is not a taxonomic classification any more than "mold" is.  Fungi expressing both morphologies in routine culture can be found in across fungal taxonomy and most fungi can be induced to express either morphology.

Jorge1907
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 and Acrasidae is a family of

 and Acrasidae is a family of slime molds.  these are protists not fungi.

Biolink
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I sincerly thank each one of

I sincerly thank each one of you for adding some kind of clue to help me to mould my assignment to a shape. Thank you all once again for all your help.