Q. 143.7( 3 Votes )

How do algae differ from fungi?

Answer :

Algae have chlorophyll so they can photosynthesize. They are autotrophs. But fungi do not have chlorophyll, they cannot photosynthesize. They are heterotrophs.

Algae are simple, plant-like organisms without roots, stem, and leaves. Fungi body is made up of hyphae or mycelium.


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