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What are the differences between fungi and algae?

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Algae contain chlorophyll, fungi not. Algae photo tropic, fungi hetero tropic.
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1. Observe the cell of a sample. Fungi have cell walls, like plants and algae, but their cell walls are composed primarily of chitin or other polysaccharides - unlike the cellulose
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Well, algae is a plant, for one. Fungi is not a plant, it is fungi. Just as all sorts of plants exist, all sorts of fungi exist. Mushrooms and toadstools are the best known types
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They are not now classified as plants because, like the algae, there is no
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