What are some Monera examples?

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A monera is a taxonomic kingdom of living organisms that have several distinct characteristics including the ability to reproduce asexually and the ability to obtain nutrients by absorption or photosynthesis. This kingdom is also defined by its single cell strucuture and its lack of a nucleus. A great example of a monera is the blue-green algea. This monera is able to absorb enough nutrients though phtosysnthesis to survive without the need to hunt for food or scavenge for nutrients. This monera is also able to reproduce without fertilization.
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Kingdom Monera
The Monerans are the most numerous and widespread organisms on earth. They comprise the only kingdom of prokaryotic organisms, those which lack a nucleus or other membrane-bounded organelles... More >>
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