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Lichen

Symbiotic relationship between fungi and algae

Opisthokont

Protist; common ancestor between animal and fungi

Fungi

Eukaryotic


Heterotrophs


Chitin (cell wall)


Hyphae (filamentous root-like structures)


No tissues

Symbiosis

Two organisms, or species, living in close association

Mutualism Symbiosis

Both organisms benefit

Commensalism Symbiosis

One organism benefits, other organism is neutrally affected

Parasitism Symbiosis

One organism benefits, other organism negatively affected

Endosymbiosis

One organism living within another organism

Heterotrophs

Eats or absorbs carbon created by another organism

Decomposer

Break down complex organic molecules into simpler organic molecules

Heterotrophic decomposer

Feed by absorption


Both single/multi cellular


Both free living & symbiotic


Bodies composed of hyphae


Cell walls contain chitin

Hyphae

Long, branching structural filaments. Made of chitin. Release digestive enzymes into surrounding