Motility of fungi there is none, absent
Different types of motility (movements) in protists: Protists use different techniques for moving. (a) Paramecium waves hair-like tails called cilia. (b) Amoeba uses lobe-like pseudopodia( unicellular protist) to connects itself to a solid surface and pull itself ahead. (c) Euglena uses a whip-like tail called a flagellum.
Fungi are harmful as they can cause rusts on farm crops, athletes foot, and Oral thrush; which it is a yeast/fungal infection of Candida species on the mucous layers of the mouth. Candida albicans is most commonly related organism in this form or disease. Yeast infections, and fungal infections like ringworm, lung infections, and an allergy to them. They can decay food, and disease the crops. Sadly ruin our clothing and other possessions we may have.
Usually harmful protists are animal-like protists, that act as parasites in humans Example: Malaria, mosquitoe vectors is how dieases or sickness is transferred . Effects in humans are fever, vomiting, coma, even death. African sleeping sickness is also harmful protists. Most protist diseases in humans are caused by protozoa. They make people sick when they become a human parasite. Trypanosoma protozoa cause Chagas disease and sleeping sickness. Giardia protozoa cause giardiasis, and Plasmodium protozoa cause malaria.
More than half of fungi reproduce asexually. Reproduction of fungi can be either sexual or asexual. Reproduction of fungi can be either sexual or asexual. But when fungi reproduce sexually, some of them can create spores or other transformed cells to breed sexually, while others reproduce asexually, (imperfect state) and some species are able to reproduce both ways.
Asexual reproduction is most common for the Protista. Can reproduce by binary fission. One nucleus splits; multiple the fission, many nuclei split off; and then it is growing. During both types of fission, the organism duplicates or copies its nucleus, and then separates to form new organisms.
We can eat and cook edible fungi. Also, fungi can be used for medical uses, like, Two anti-cholesterol statins, the antibiotic penicillin, and the immunosuppressant cyclosporin A.
Slime molds are necessary to ecosystems because they are decomposers(dissolvers), which give off important nutrients back into the environment. Earth relays on protists because they give us oxygen, they are significant organisms in food chains and, recycle important nutrients for other life forms to use.
Fungi can't make their food from the sun, water, or carbon dioxide like plants. Because they lack the green pigment or the colour, known as chlorophyll. So, like animals, they must get their food from other organisms.
Most protists are plant-like, for example, algae. they get their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis. Some fungus-like protists, like slime molds, rotting and breaking down matter. Animal-like protists must "eat" or consume food.
Fungi are Eukaryotas, most fungi are multi-cellular organisms. They show two specific biological stages: the vegetative and reproductive.
Protists are eukaryotes, means their cells have a nucleus and other membrane-bound organelles. Not all, protists are single-celled but most of them are though. Also eukaryotes have a catogorized cell structure.