How Do Fungi Grow?


Fungi grow by reproducing, and they reproduce by producing spores. These are tiny cells inside a protective coating, which grow into new fungi. If conditions are right, fungi continue to grow.
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The fungus is 'among' us. Fungus, typically, can grow anywhere there is a food source and a moist environment. Whether this is indoors or outside, fungus can have almost an unlimited amount of places to grow. Some fungus has become extremely useful. An example of this would be the wonder drug penicillin which derives from a fungus.
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