why is fungi a eukaryotic organism?
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
Fungi is eukaryotic because it the cell has a nucleus, has organelles, and is large in size.Source(s): Biology Major
- Sebastyan JohnLv 57 years ago
Organisms are made up of eukaryotic cells (not the other way around). Animals, Plants, Fungi, and Protists are made of eukaryotic cells....!!
- Anonymous7 years ago
^^^ I was gonna say exactly what she just said.
Some fungi can be unicellular, but they are still eukaryotic for the same reasons.Source(s): :)