In what way are fungi different from plants?

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by: teta

Fungi never do photosynthesis while plants are photosynthetic organisms.

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by: Abdul Qadeer

Plants are chlorophyllous autotrophs, cell wall is made up of primarily of cellulose and reserve food in the form of starch. While fungi are non chlorophyllous absorptive heterotrophs cell wall is made up of chitin and reserve food in the form of glycogen.

Plants differ to fungi
by: Hannat

Plants store food in the form of starch while fungi store food in the form of glycogen.

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Fungi are hetrotophs while plants are autotrophs-cell wall of fungi is made up of chitin while plants cell wall is made up of cellulose and lignin.

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