The kingdom of the Eukaryote includes the kingdoms of Plants, Animals and Mushrooms. What are the nutritional differences between plants and animals and fungi? How do animals differ from plants and fungi in growth and movement? Which kingdoms have centrioles in their cells?
1) plants – autotrophs (they independently synthesize organic substances from inorganic (carbon dioxide and water) in the process of photosynthesis), animals and fungi – heterotrophs (ready-made organic substances are obtained from food);
2) animals are able to move, grow only before the start of reproduction; plants and fungi do not move, but they grow indefinitely throughout life;
3) the animal kingdom.
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