What is a fungus?

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Fungi is a microorganism which is a type of mold and is made up of microscopic filaments known as hyphae. When these filaments are grouped, they are known as mycelia. Fungi are one cell thick and can be both unicellular and multicellular which makes them ‘eukaryotic organisms.’ Certain pathogenic fungi are dimorphic which means it can live as yeast when it invades tissues but can also live as a mold when living in the environment. Fungi are a member of a huge family and can grow in large masses and survive in extreme conditions. Fungi thrive in environments such as soil, land and plant matter, but is...
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