Cleans other fish by eating dead skin fungi and lice of their bodies what is it?
Fungus gets its food from eating other organisms, which in todays society we call heterotrophic. Heterotrophic means we, and fungi, eat other organisms to obtain energy. Like fungi, we also secrete digestive enzymes into our digestive environment. It's just that we have made this environment portable and keep it within our bodies. Vocabulary words: Heterotrophic-To eat another organism to obtain energy. (example: us, fungi, etc.)
Fungi have most of the same kinds of organelles as other eukaryotes; mitochondria, golgi bodies, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, but also have specialized cell components such as Spitzenkorper bodies and spindle pole bodies. In addition, true fungi produce cell walls made out of chitin (usually), and have specialized structures between the cross-walls (septa) separating cells.
No, all mushrooms are fungi and a lot of other stuff is too. In fact, fungi are common; more common than you realise because most fungi live underground, where they can't be seen. In general, only the 'fruiting bodies' appear above ground - mushrooms are the classic example. In some fungi even the fruiting bodies are below ground, the famous instance being truffles. To avoid confusion, the statement 'most fungi' means the average weight per…
One important way fungi are different is the way they eat. Plants make their own food, using chlorophyll, sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide. Fungi cannot make their own food because they do not have chlorophyll. They must eat other living or once-living matter. Fungi are heterotrophic thus do not carry out photosynthesis, they receive their nutrients from parasites and decomposing matter ex worms. The Digestion is taken place outside of the body but the nutrients…
Fungi help the environment by eating bad or harmful bacteria and by protecting the good or harmless bacteria. Fungi are heterotrohic organisms with thick chitin wall. Fungi finds a place in fermentation technology, antibiotic production, production of enzymes used in genetic engineering and other processes, bioactive production etc. Apart from these beneficial uses the fungi also produces many diseases and cause both animal and plant loss.
You are probably also eating numerous bacteria and fungi, mostly harmless, and probably some pesticides, mostly harmful, and any number of other substances that may have found there way onto the apple. The good of the apple will generally outweigh any bad from these other things, or so they tell us.
One major reason for this is anorexia or other eating disorders. Some people suffering from these condition eat toilet paper (or other paper or tissue) to control their hunger, it is a way for them to trick their bodies into thinking they are eating and if they swallow the paper they are doing so to feel "full" without actually eating anything with calories or nutritional value.
The thing we call a mushroom contains sporangia (singular sporangium) in fungi. A sporangium is a structure in which spores are formed. Plants, fungi, and some other organisms form sporangia. When most people see a sporocarp they call this a mushroom or toadstool. This fleshy fruiting body is only the visible part of the living organism that is popular for eating. The fruiting body only develops as part of the asexual phase of the fungal…
Most species of kangaroos are herbivores, primarily eating grass and other vegetation, meaning they do not eat animals. However, smaller varieties of kangaroos such as the musky-rat kangaroo are omnivores, eating fruits, seeds, fungi insect larvae and small invertebrates such as grasshoppers and beetles.