No, fungi are not plants. They need food and water to survive.
Most fungi do, yes. Some fungi are able to grow and survive without oxygen.
Yes. Fungi , on the food chain, is considered a decomposer. It can't survive unless it has something to decompose.
Fungi feed off of dead or decaying materials. Only plants need sunlight to survive, because they produce their own food through photosynthesis.
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The conditions that are needed do vary slightly by species of fungi but the primaries are the same. Fungi prefer damp and dark places. Some of them can survive in cooler climates but mostly warmer is preferred.
Sac Fungi would need a food source, so they can reproduce by reproducing spores.When they do produce spores the wind carries that spore to make a new fungi. Sac Fungi would also need humidity to survive.
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Some Fungi Can Survive Times When The Weather Turns Hot And Dry
No, chloroplast exist only in plant cells as they, unlike fungi, need it to produce solar energy. Fungi do not require solar energy to survive and so they do not have it.
It depends which kind of fungi.
they get the energy they use from decayed matter from the soil,and also from sunlight
No, Fungi do not breathe. "Breathing" is defined as drawing air into lungs and expelling it thereby transforming oxygen into carbon dioxide. Not all living things need to do this to survive. Plants and fungi do not inhale and exhale.
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It is able to survive by killing plants
Fungi survive in unfavorable conditions by parasitism.Parasitism means an ability of an animal to obtain nutrients from other animals by using them as hosts. Also Fungi have the ability to survive in climatic extremes and in long periods of drought, because they have been specially designed to be resilient.
Algae is not fungi and they both have varied differences. Algae are commonly found in aquatic environments but fungi has the ability to survive outside water.
Fungi get their nutrients and energy from decomposing organic matter, not from photosynthesis. Most are detrivores rather than producers. The exception are lichens, a symbiotic relationship between fungi and algae or similar bacterial plants. One term for the way fungi feed is "saprotrophic nutrition."
Lichens are an association of Algae and Fungi. The vegetative part of a lichen is composed of algae and its reproductive part comes from fungi. Thus the combined functions of both algae and fungi help lichen to survive.
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yes. no eco system will survive without them
Not all of them will survive
Some plants like mushrooms and fungi can survive without sunlight.