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Problem: What do fungi and arthropods have in common?a) the haploid state is dominant in both groupsb) both groups are predominantly autotrophs that produce their own foodc) both groups use chitin for supportd) both groups have cell walls

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These are the common characteristics of fungi and arthropods:


Fungi: are eukaryotes and heterotrophs

• predominantly in the haploid state

• have hyphae, which are surrounded by cell walls with chitin

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What do fungi and arthropods have in common?

a) the haploid state is dominant in both groups

b) both groups are predominantly autotrophs that produce their own food

c) both groups use chitin for support

d) both groups have cell walls

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