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Fungi grow by adding hyphae cells to their tips, and reach heights of various proportions. Most fungi reproduce using the process of asexual reproduction, and despite growing to different lengths and widths, grow in the ... More »

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Fungi reproduce in one of two ways: asexually through mitosis, or sexually through meiosis. Sexual reproduction occurs far less frequently than asexual production and usually only when necessary to adapt to environmental... More »

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Fungi spread by forcibly ejecting spores, making their own wind and allowing natural wind and water to spread their spores. Some spores have hair-like parts that help them disperse more easily in water. Some fungi use in... More »

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