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they move around by the wind xx

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Q: How do fungi move around?
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Does fungi move around?

No. Fungi are non-motile


How does fungi move around?

wind - air - reproduction - being attached to a material that is moved. Fungi can't move itself.


Do fungi move around?

Fungi more as spores, which asrelated by the parent and which move on the air or in water to a new location where they grow if conditions are right. After the spore grown, the fungus can "move" by growing larger and into another place. Beyond that, fungi move only when something else relocated them.


How the fungi moves?

Fungi don't move .


Why are fungi so small?

Fungi are very small for a few different reasons. These fungi must be able to move around and form in groups and the small size facilitates this.


How fungi move?

They can't move.


Can organisms from the Fungi Kingdom move?

It does not move.


How does fungi move?

Most fungi do not move. However, there are species, such as Pilobulos, that forcibly discharge their spores. Chytrid fungi swim through their environment using flagella.


How do zygote fungi move?

With their hoofs


Do fungi move independently?

Most species of fungi are not not able to move on their own. However, some are able to forcibly discharge their spores, such as Pilobulos. Chytrid fungi have a flagellum on their spore; thus, they are able to move on their own.


Can fungi move independently?

Most species of fungi are not not able to move on their own. However, some are able to forcibly discharge their spores, such as Pilobulos. Chytrid fungi have a flagellum on their spore; thus, they are able to move on their own.


Why is fungi not a animal?

it doesn't move by itself

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