The most important body parts of fungi include:
1.Cell wall: A layer around the cell membrane of fungi cells made largely of chitin and other polysaccharides. It is similar to that found in plant cells, though the plant cell wall contains the polysaccharide cellulose.
2.Hyphae: These are thread-like strands which interconnect and bunch up into a mycelium.
3.Specialized structures for reproduction: fruiting body, A mushroom is a fruiting body, which is the part of the fungus that produces spores
Fungi have a cell wall.
The fungal body consists of thread-like structures called hyphae, which can bunch up into a mycelium.
Fungi often make specialized reproductive structures, such as a mushroom.