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17 July, 16:22

What characteristics distinguish fungi from plants? Which kingdoms include multicellular, heterotrophic organisms?

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  1. 17 July, 17:10
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    both are eukaryotic and don't move, plants are autotrophic - making their own energy - and have cell walls made of cellulose, but fungi are heterotrophic - taking in food for energy - and have cell walls made of chitin.

    Kingdom Animalia

    -Kingdom Animalia is the kingdom that has organisms which are eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophic, can reproduce sexually or asexually, and have no cell wall.
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