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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fungus

A fungus is any member of the group of eukaryotic organisms that includes microorganisms .... Most fungi lack an efficient system for the long-distance transport of water and nutrients, such as the xylem and phloem in many plants. To overcome ...

www.britannica.com/science/fungus/Life-cycle-of-fungi

For example, some fungi reproduce only sexually (except for fragmentation, which is common in most fungi), whereas others reproduce only asexually.

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The Fungi Kingdom. 1) fungi lack chlorophyll. 2) fungi are not photosynthetic. • cannot produce their own food. 3) they never reproduce by seeds. 4) most fungi ...

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Most fungi are mesophilic, and have growth optima within the temperature range that people find comfortable. This is why so many fungi appear when moisture ...

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Most fungi are terrestrial, but they can be found in every habitat worldwide, including marine (500 spp.) and freshwater environments. Fungi are nonmotile ...

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Most fungi are decomposers; they recycle the nutrients from nonliving organic matter. Other fungi are specialized to live in symbiotic relationships with other ...

www.tanelorn.us/data/mycology/myc_life.htm

Because of the hyphal nature of most fungi, they are especially adept at penetrating and assimilating whatever material they are determined to grow on / in.

www.atsu.edu/faculty/chamberlain/Website/Lects/Fungi.htm

The fungi are more evolutionarily advanced forms of microorganisms, as compared to the prokaryotes (prions, viruses, bacteria). They are classified as ...

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Not all fungi are microscopic. You can see mushrooms, mold and mildew, for example. But most fungi feed through microscopic threads called hyphae.

www.biology-pages.info/F/Fungi.html

Most fungi grow as tubular filaments called hyphae. An interwoven mass of hyphae is called a mycelium. The walls of hyphae are often strengthened with chitin, ...