Comparing Fungi to Plants
- they are eukaryotic
- get their food by decomposing matter or eating off the hosts
- do not process chlorophyll like plants
- they reproduce through numerous spores
- they can't move around
The three most common types of fungi:
Plants cover most of the earth. They include: grass, trees, flowers, bushes, mosses, and more. Plants are part os the kingdom plantae. Plants make their own food by photosynthesis. They also get their food from the sun. They have a waxy layer which prevents them from drying out. Just like the fungi, the plants are eukaryotic. Unlike any other kingdom, in the plant cell they have a cell wall. They are two types of plants, vascular and non vascular. Vascular plants have specific tissues to move materials, such as water through the plant. They are usually smaller plants. Non vascular plants are typically smaller and those plants uses osmosis or diffusion to move material through the plant.