1.b.5 – Are fungi different from plants?

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December 16, 2009 — Riccardo Sabellotti - Giacinto Sabellotti


Are fungi different from plants?

In addition to plants, other types of multicellular organisms reached the shore: fungi. These, while look like plants, are completely different from them and are part of a separate “kingdom”. They appeared more or less 300 million years ago and developed together with plants, because they depend for the absorption of nitrogen by a tiny fungus that is in their roots. The mushrooms, visible or hidden, are however essential for the existence of forests.





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