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By Leo, Cooper, Declan and David. FUNGI. How they get food. Fungi are heterotrophs They get their food from dead and decaying organisms in the soil. Cells. Fungi are eukaryotes. Some are multi-cellular, others are unicellular. Types of Fungi.

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how they get food
How they get food
  • Fungi are heterotrophs
  • They get their food from dead and decaying organisms in the soil.
cells
Cells
  • Fungi are eukaryotes.
  • Some are multi-cellular, others are unicellular
types of fungi
Types of Fungi
  • Fungi are divided into 4 groups. Threadlike, Sac, Club and Imperfect.
threadlike fungi
Threadlike Fungi
  • 600 species of mold
  • many common bread molds such as Rhizopus.
  • Produce spores in their thread like hyphae.
sac fungi
Sac Fungi
  • Contains 30,000 diverse species.
  • It includes yeast, morels, truffles.
  • Produce spores and structures that looks like sacks.
club fungi
Club Fungi
  • 25,000 species of mushrooms bracket fungi, plant parasites and puffballs.
imperfect fungi
Imperfect Fungi
  • 25,000 species which include Penicillium, an important antibiotic.
  • They do not reproduce sexually.
interesting facts
Interesting Facts
  • Fungi can be used for baking.
  • Fungi can used as a medicine.
  • Some trees cannot grow without fungi.
the end
THE END

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