shadow13
  • shadow13
i think it Linnaeus originally classified fungi as protists. animals. bacteria. plants.
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shadow13
  • shadow13
i think it is b
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry lag. Its D.Plants.

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shadow13
  • shadow13
its ok and ok y is it plants?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Fungi were originally classified as a part of Kingdom Plantae because, superficially, they resemble plants: seemingly inanimate and have cell walls. However, it was later discovered, based on genetic evidence, that fungi are more closely related to animals than to plants. Thus, fungi were found to be a separate kingdom. Several distinguishing features of fungi that corroborate this fact are: 1. fungi are heterotropic and thus cannot produce their own food, unlike autotrophic plants; 2. fungi have cell walls composed of chitin instead of cellulose (as in plants); 3. fungi do not have chlorophyll
shadow13
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oh ok i get it

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