What Is Monera?


Monera is a type of bacteria or organism and various different pathogens that reproduce by asexual budding or fission. Another requirement for an organism to be a monera is that it's nutritional mode is absorption, chemosynthesis, or photosynthesis. You can find more information here: http://wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn?s=monera
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Monera Definition One of the 5 main kingdoms, includes bacteria and blue/green algae. Does NOT have a cell membrane, or in other words, is made of prokaryotic cells. Actually Monera
Bacteria is often thought to cause only human disease and illness, according to Berkeley University. However, without bacteria, life on earth could not exist. Bacteria also plays
( mə′nir·ə ) (biology) A kingdom that includes the bacteria and blue-green algae in some classification schemes.
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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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