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Which characteristic makes fungi similar to plants? Answer Both fungi and plants are autotrophic organisms. Both fungi and plants have vascular tissue. Both fungi and plants have cell walls of chitin Both fungi and plants can grow in soil

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Both fungi and plants have cell walls of chitin
srry for the delayment of ans as i m unable to see ur ques .
the answer is the last one. fungi are heterotrophs and fungi don't have vascular tissues. also, fungus is the only organism that have a cell wall made of chitin. plants' cell walls are made of cellulose. in accordance with the options, the only similarity between them is both of them can grow in soil.

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