1) The body consists of hyphae, or mycelium filaments. Fungal cells do not contain plastids. 2) Fungi are classified as eukaryotic organisms, i.e. the hereditary apparatus of the cell is separated from the cytoplasm by the nuclear membrane. Outside, the cytoplasmic membrane of the cell is covered by a cell wall consisting of chitin and cellulose. 3) They have the characteristics of plants (presence of a cell wall, reproduction by spores, unlimited growth, vegetative reproduction) and animals (storage substance in cells is glycogen, the end product of metabolism is urea).
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