Organisms in the fungi kingdom include mushrooms, smuts, puffballs, morels, molds, yeasts and more. Over 70,000 species of fungi exist throughout the world; they live in temperate, subarctic and tropical climates, and re... More » Science Biology Zoology

Fungi are eukaryotes. They reproduce by means of spores, and they reproduce both sexually and asexually. They are nonvascular, and they are heterotrophic. Fungi store their food as starch. They have a small nucleus. They... More » Science Biology

Kingdom fungi is not a type of fungi. It is a kingdom like the animal or plant kingdom, and the scientific name of each type of fungi depends on which particular fungi is being used as an example. More » Science Biology Botany
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