Ascomycetes is the largest of the five main classes of fungi, characterized by the formation of asci (enlarged, commonly elongated, cells in which usually eight spores are formed. Examples are yeasts, truffles, and blue and green molds. Certain species of Ascomycetes are also commonly found in lichens.
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