Which of the following is a characteristic of a fungus?
Which is not a characteristic of fungi photosynthetic?
What are the 4 types of fungi?
Do fungi have lysosomes?
Which is not a characteristic of life?
Are all fungi aerobic?
Do fungi have mitochondria?
Which enzyme is not present in lysosome?
Do fungi have ribosomes?
Does fungi have chlorophyll?
As recently as the 1960s, fungi were considered plants. … However, unlike plants, fungi do not contain the green pigment chlorophyll and therefore are incapable of photosynthesis. That is, they cannot generate their own food — carbohydrates — by using energy from light.
What characteristics of fungi makes them different from plants?
How would you describe morphology of fungi?
Why are fungi not plants?
Why are fungi not classified as plants or animals?
What type of chlorophyll do fungi have?
What are the differences between fungi and animals?
|Reproduce both sexually and asexually Asexual spores include zoospores, conidia etc||Generally reproduce sexually, involves two individuals contributing genetic material to produce offspring|