Describe the role of fungi in plant life

Fungi are the most typical example of symbiont organisms. Their life depends on plants. Fungi are not able to synthesize organic substances for themselves, since they are not capable of photosynthesis. Entering into symbiosis with a plant, the fungus receives organic substances from the plants, in return for the plant it gives up minerals absorbed from the soil. Such cooperation is called mutually beneficial or symbiosis.

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