What different of fungi in seaweeds


  • Réponse publiée par: kateclaire

    Seaweeds are autotrophs, containing photosynthetic pigments meanwhile fungi are heterotrophs and are capable of digesting external non living organic materialand absorbing simple nutrients by the fungal hypae

  • Réponse publiée par: kirbydimaranan


    Fungi are eukaryotic organisms, like plants and animals. Unlike plants, they don't perform photosynthesis and they have chitin, a derivative of glucose, in their cell walls. Like animals, fungi are heterotrophs, which means they get their nutrients by absorbing them.

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