Kingdom Fungi. Fungi. Originally classified as part of the plant kingdom, but none of them photosynthesize. Fungi structure is adapted for two main purposes: Reproduction Absorption of Nutrients. The reproductive parts of a fungi are often the only visible parts
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The parts designed for nutrient absorption are often underground (called mycelium)
with cross-walls. Most
hyphae have cell walls that
are reinforced with chitin.
It forms structures of
(a) Hyphae with cross-walls
(b) Hyphae without crosswalls
(c) Mycelium showing many
a) b) c)
Complete the “Field Mushroom Life Cycle Puzzle”
before moving on to the next slide for the answer