Why are mushrooms classified as eukaryotes?

Most fungi are terrestrial, multicellular eukaryotes, whose body (catfish) is a mass of filamentous fibers called hyphae (singular hyphae), which together form the mycelium. When the fungus multiplies, specialized hyphae gather together and form special fruiting bodies or sporocarps, from which sexual spores are released. Common edible mushrooms are the fruiting bodies of the mushrooms. Fruit bodies are temporary structures in the life cycle; The primary body of all fungi is actually a diffuse, widespread mycelium.

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