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Mushroom is a kind of a fungi and seaweed is an animal(not obvious)...
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Seaweeds are not plants. they are protists. they differ from plants in that they lack vascular tissues (xylem and phloem), they have holdfasts instead of roots and their cells do not have all of the plant characteristic.
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