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Fungi

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Are fungi unicellular, multicellular or mostly multicellular but can be unicellular? mostly multicellular with a few that can be unicellular
Are fungi autotrophic, heterotrophic or both? heterotrophic
Are fungi eukaryotic, prokaryotic or both? eukaryotes
Fungi are classified based on their _________________ structures. fruiting/reproductive
a mass of many celled thread-like tubes. Hyphae
A mass of hyphae make up a mycelium
obtain resources by absorbing dead or decaying tissues Saprophytes
obtain resources by living on or in another organism (often hurting them in some way) Parasites
____________fungi depend on other organisms for resources (but do not usually cause harm to the host) Symbiotic
Fruiting structures are used for Reproduction
a response to gravity Gravitropism
a response to light Phototropism
Created by: JSkardon