What makes a fungus different from a protist, a plant, and an animal?
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ChrisLizalfo 11 months ago
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fungus is a multicellular organism that uses spores to reproduce and connot make their own food


unlike protists, fungi are mainly multicellular, and unlike plants, fungi cannot make their own food/energy and must get it from other organisms

fungi are different from animals in many ways, just a few are that fungi are immobile, use spores to reproduce, and do not have stomachs to absorb food

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