Movement of Fungi?

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Movement of fungi is usually affected by air. The wind will move the fungi from one location to another. Animals, like birds, can also transfer the fungi. Fungi includes molds, yeasts, and mushrooms. Fungi have cell walls that contain chitin. Fungi can be grown around the world in many types of environments. Fungi can grow in deserts, oceans, forests, and wetlands. Some fungi can survive intense UV rays and radiation. Fungi can produce through asexual reproduction.
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Most fungi move by passive means; their spores are carried by wind, water, or animals. Some, the chytrid fungi, have flagella and are capable of swimming in aquatic environments.
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Most fungi move by passive means; their spores are carried by wind, water, or animals. Some, the chytrid fungi, have flagella and are capable of swimming in aquatic environments.
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