How is fungus classified?
fungus is classified by size and shape and fungus is different by color and shape
As lichens are a not a single living organism, but are rather a symbiotic relationship between a fungus and an algae (ie. a relationship where one is needed for the other to survive, and vice-versa), they cannot be classified into one kingdom. This is because a fungus (obviously) is part of the fungus kingdom, and algae is part of the plant kingdom.
There are many of them. They include gilled fungus, devil's tongues, coral fungus, agaric fungus, toothed fungus, slime mould, luminous fungus, bracket fungus, cup fungus, moss, organ pipe fungus, sac fungus, stinkhorn fungus, jelly fungus, and lichen. The forest floor is the leaf-littered ground. It is the home of many, many insects and some large animals. ~short :)
Yes and no. The reason for this answer is that every organism that is not classified as an animal, plant, fungus, or bacteria is classified into the kingdom or "Protista". Protists can be extremely small, unicellular, microscopic organisms. Or protists can be extremely large organisms, such as giant kelp. So, all in all, yes protists do have nuclei, but not all of them. Hope that helps! They are either eukaryotic or prokaryotic so its yes…