Fungi

All non-chlorophyll-bearing thallophytes (i.e. all non-chlorophyll-bearing plants of a lower order than mosses and liverworts) that often show mycelial, spreading growth e.g., rusts, mildews, moulds and yeasts.

fungi

  1. the taxonomic kingdom of lower plants
  2. (pun) the one who buys the drinks

fungi

a kingdom of plantlike organisms that grow without roots, stems, leaves and photosynthesis, such as mushrooms and lichen
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fungi

<microbiology> Kingdom Fungi includes organisms such as slime moulds, mushrooms, smuts, rusts, mildews, moulds, stinkhorns, puffballs, truffles and yeasts. ... All are classified in this kingdom because they absorb food in solution directly through their cell walls and reproduce through spores. None conduct photosynthesis. ... (05 Jan 1998) ....
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Fungi

(fun´ji) in the classification of living organisms, one of the kingdoms of eukaryotic organisms; see fungus.
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fungi

(fun´ji) plural of fungus.
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Fungi

[music] Fungi is the name given to the local musical form of the British Virgin Islands. It is also the native music of the U.S. Virgin Islands, where it is known as quelbe. Fungi music is an expression of Virgin Islands culture as it shows the islands` African and European influences in a unique sound. The name fungi comes from a local dis...
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Fungi

Fun'gi noun plural (Botany) See Fungus .
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fungi

A group of organisms comprising the kingdom Fungi within Domain Eukarya, which includes molds and mushrooms. They can exist either as single cells or make up a multicellular body called a mycelium. Fungi lack chlorophyll and secrete digestive enzymes that decompose other biological tissues.
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Fungi

Advanced multicellular organisms that are infectious and harmful, examples are mold and mildew
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Fungi

Advanced multicellular organisms that are infectious and harmful, examples are mold and mildew
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Fungi

Any of numerous eukaryotic organisms of the kingdom Fungi, which lack chlorophyll and vascular tissue and range in form from a single cell to a body mass of branched filamentous hyphae that often produce specialised fruiting bodies. Fungi live by decomposing or absorbing organic material in or on which they grow.
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Fungi

curious growths which have a bad press with anyone involved in old buildings who will immediately begin to think of dry rot. They are in fact very important organisms that feed not as plants do through photosynthesis, but absorbs their food externally by breaking down dead organic matter and i...
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Fungi

Fungi (fŭn'jī) , kingdom of heterotrophic single-celled, multinucleated, or multicellular organisms, including yeasts, molds, and mushrooms. The organisms live as parasites, symbionts, or saprobes (see saprophyte). Previously classified in the plant kingdom, fungi are nonmotile, like...
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fungi

fungi (pl) Any of a group of plants including mushrooms, molds, mildews, etc. Fungi: over 100,000 species of organisms that are similar to plants but do not contain chlorophyll and which include mildews, molds, mushrooms, rusts, smuts, and yeasts.
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Fungi

Fungi is a large family of cryptogamous life form, neither animal nor plant, but a separate classification. Fungi agree with algae and lichens in their cellular structure, which is, with few exceptions, devoid of anything resembling vascular tissue; but differing from them in deriving their nutrition from the body on which the grow, not from the me...
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Fungi

Fungi: Plural of fungus.Common Misspellings: fundi
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Fungi

Group, at the kingdom level, in the classification of life. Multicellular organisms that have a eukaryotic cell type, mitochondria, and a cell wall composed of chitin and other noncellulose polysaccharides.
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fungi

Molds, mildews, yeasts, mushrooms, and puffballs, a group of organisms that lack chlorophyll and therefore are not photosynthetic. They are usually nonmobile, filamentous, and multicellular.
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Fungi

Multi-celled organisms that reproduce by spores and rely on living or dead organic matter for food.
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fungi

Mushroom. Image: Ann Lewandowski, NRCS Soil Quality Institute Eukaryotic, usually multicellular, non-motile, heterotrophic organisms, which as a group comprise the Kingdom Fungi. Fungi can exist either as single cells or make up a multicellular body known as a mycelium, which consist of fila...
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Fungi

Neither plants nor animals, fungi are eukaryotes (organisms whose cells have nuclei) which are incapable of making their own food by photosynthesis and survive by breaking down chemical compounds made by plants and bacteria to waste products, just like we do.
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fungi

Plant-like organisms with cells with distinct nuclei surrounded by nuclear membranes, incapable of photosynthesis. Fungi are decomposers of waste organisms and exist as yeast, mold, or mildew.
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Fungi

Plant-like organisms with cells with distinct nuclei surrounded by nuclear membranes, incapable of photosynthesis. Fungi are decomposers of waste organisms and exist as yeast, mold, or mildew.
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Fungi

saprophytic and parasitic organisms that lack chlorophyll and include molds, rusts, mildews, smuts, mushrooms and yeast; singular, fungus.
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