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Fungi are important to the environment because they A. kill bacteria. B. make alcohol. C. break down dead organisms. D. perform photosynthesis.
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User: Fungi are important to the environment because they A. kill bacteria. B. make alcohol. C. break down dead organisms. D. perform photosynthesis.

Weegy: Fungi are important to the environment because they break down dead organisms.
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User: Which statement is correct? A. Both animals and fungi lack cell walls. B. Both protists and fungi are eukaryotic. C. Both plants and fungi undergo photosynthesis. D. Like some prokaryotes, fungi are autotrophic.

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Both protists and fungi are eukaryotic.- is the correct statement.
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