What exactly is septate hyphae?

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They can be found in the cell wall, divided into compartments separated by cross walls (internal cell walls, called septa, that are formed at right angles to the cell wall giving the hypha its shape) A typical fungal cell has complex protoplasm
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a septate hyphea has many divisions whereas the coenocytic hyphea also known as aseptate is free from any division.
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Septate hyphae have cross-walls that divide the
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the pseudohyphae are short and linear, septate are branched out in 1 or 2 axial branches. GFE!
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