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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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According to the University of California Museum of Paleontology, fungi have four major classifications: chytrids, bread molds, yeasts and sacs and club fungi. Each classification differs mostly by method of sexual repro... More »

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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 »

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