Fungal structure

Fungal structure

Fungi are made up of super tiny, microscopic, tubular, thread-like structures called hyphae.

Hyphae grown and branch from their tips, forming a network called the mycelium. The mycelium then forms structures like mushrooms, brackets or puffballs. Fungi spread by minute spores visible only under a microscope.

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