Fungi is a kingdom.so there are so many species
Fungi are a Kingdom of Eukaryotes - which means there are many, many different species.Here are a couple examples of the classification of fungi:Fibrillanosema crangonycisKingdom: FungiPhylum: MicrosporidiaGenus: FibrillanosemaSpecies: F. crangonycisFly agaricKingdom: FungiPhylum: BasidiomycotaClass: AgaricomycetesOrder: AgaricalesFamily: AmanitaceaeGenus: AmanitaSpecies: A. muscaria
It is possible. Fungi are good at chemical warfare; if a species is unaffected by the chemicals secreted by another species, they can overgrow that species. There are many species of fungi that are parasitic on other fungi.
Yes of course many species of Fungi have gone extinct, as have many species of Plants, Animals, etc.
The amount of cells that a fungi has depends on the species. There are species that are multicellular and those that have single cells.
Fungi is a kingdom.There are so many species in the Kingdom.
It depends on the species.
Sea species do not eat fungi. Many fungi can cause disease and infect fish and other sea creatures that come in contact with them.
It depends on what kind of fungi you have, some species of fungi are unicellular and some species of fungi are multicellular.
You have your terminology mixed up here. There is no 'the species of fungi'. Fungi is a kingdom name and there are species of mushrooms in the Fungi kingdom. All mushrooms are in the fungi kingdom.
No, there are many species of fungi all over the planet. They live in conditions that are very different. From rotting wood, to inside the human body!
Yes! Many species of fungi thrive in ocean waters.
David Hawksworth estimated that there are 1.5 million species of fungi.
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There are a great many different types of fungi. Some fungi serve to help decompose or digest food for example.
several species of birds eat several species of fungi
There are a million's of different species.
a species of fungi
A biocommunication is an instance of communication within or between different species of plants, animals, fungi and bacteria.
too many species to list... thousands of species of bacteria, fungi, worms, slugs, snails, starfish, crustaceans.
There are many estimates, but the best known one is 1.5 million species.
What are the 5 different divisions of the Fungi Kingdom?Sac FungiClub FungiImperfect FungiZygote FungiLichens
There are over one hundred thousand species of fungi currently identified. Four commonly known groups of fungi include mushrooms, lichens, truffles, and oak polypore.