Algae (singular alga) constitutes a group of simple non-flowering plants which lack true stems, leaves, roots and vascular bundles. They are mostly aquatic in nature and their typical examples include seaweeds. However, many types of algae exist which are unicellular in nature. Just like other plants, they also contain chlorophyll in their cells. Fungi (singular fungus) is a group of eukaryotic organisms that have been classified as a separate kingdom ‘fungi’ separate from other forms…