The Fungi

The Fungi.

The Fungi

Fungi (singular: fungus) are some of the most common but least visible organisms on Earth. Fungi often grow out of sight—underground or within other organisms that may be either dead or alive. We are most familiar with the reproductive structures of fungi: mushrooms, toadstools, and mould spores. Although they were once thought to be plants, fungi actually have little in common with either plants or animals.Fungi (singular: fungus) are some of the most common but least visible organisms on Earth. Fungi often grow out of sight—underground or within other organisms that may be either dead or alive. We are most familiar with the reproductive structures of fungi: mushrooms, toadstools, and mould spores. Although they were once thought to be plants, fungi actually have little in common with either plants or animals.Fungi (singular: fungus) are some of the most common but least visible organisms on Earth. Fungi often grow out of sight—underground or within other organisms that may be either dead or alive. We are most familiar with the reproductive structures of fungi: mushrooms, toadstools, and mould spores. Although they were once thought to be plants, fungi actually have little in common with either plants or animals.vFungi (singular: fungus) are some of the most common but least visible organisms on Earth. Fungi often grow out of sight—underground or within other organisms that may be either dead or alive. We are most familiar with the reproductive structures of fungi: mushrooms, toadstools, and mould spores. Although they were once thought to be plants, fungi actually have little in common with either plants or animals.vvvFungi (singular: fungus) are some of the most common but least visible organisms on Earth. Fungi often grow out of sight—underground or within other organisms that may be either dead or alive. We are most familiar with the reproductive structures of fungi: mushrooms, toadstools, and mould spores. Although they were once thought to be plants, fungi actually have little in common with either plants or animals.Fungi (singular: fungus) are some of the most common but least visible organisms on Earth. Fungi often grow out of sight—underground or within other organisms that may be either dead or alive. We are most familiar with the reproductive structures of fungi: mushrooms, toadstools, and mould spores. Although they were once thought to be plants, fungi actually have little in common with either plants or animals.Fungi (singular: fungus) are some of the most common but least visible organisms on Earth. Fungi often grow out of sight—underground or within other organisms that may be either dead or alive. We are most familiar with the reproductive structures of fungi: mushrooms, toadstools, and mould spores. Although they were once thought to be plants, fungi actually have little in common with either plants or animals.Fungi (singular: fungus) are some of the most common but least visible organisms on Earth. Fungi often grow out of sight—underground or within other organisms that may be either dead or alive. We are most familiar with the reproductive structures of fungi: mushrooms, toadstools, and mould spores. Although they were once thought to be plants, fungi actually have little in common with either plants or animals.

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