Fungi are eukaryotic organisms that include microorganisms such as yeasts moulds and mushrooms these organisms are classified under kingdom fungi the organisms found in kingdom fungi contain a cell wall and are omnipresent they are classified as heterotrophs among the living organisms kingdom fungi. Characteristics of fungi now we will look at the various characteristics of the fungi kingdom thallus organisation the plant body of true fungi is a thallus it may be non mycelial or mycelial the non mycelial forms are unicellular however they may form a pseudomycelium by budding in mycelial forms the plant body is made up of thread like structures called hyphaesing hypha. The kingdom of fungi is a feast for the senses and the ideal reference for naturalists researchers and anyone interested in fungi reveals fungal life as never seen before features more than 800 stunning color photos describes fungal biology morphology distribution and uses. The fungi can be both multicellular or unicellular the fungi are formed of hyphae the hyphae are long thread like structures the network of hyphae forming a mesh like structure is called mycelium
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