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Monera
Monera (/məˈnɪərə/) (Greek - μονήρης (monḗrēs), "single", "solitary") is a kingdom that contains unicellular organisms with a prokaryotic cell organization
Kingdom (biology)
other countries used five kingdoms (Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista and Monera). Some recent classifications based on modern cladistics have explicitly
Bacterial taxonomy
that later gave its name to the members of the Monera, formerly referred to as "a moneron" (plural "monera") in English and "eine Moneren"(fem. plural "Moneres")
Taxonomy (biology)
grouped into the single kingdom Bacteria (a kingdom also sometimes called Monera), with the Eukaryota for all organisms whose cells contain a nucleus. A
Biology
common. Traditionally, living things have been divided into five kingdoms: Monera; Protista; Fungi; Plantae; Animalia. However, many scientists now consider
Aethes monera
recorded from Mexico (Durango), Alberta and Saskatchewan. Aethes monera monera Aethes monera septentrionalis Razowski, 1997 (Canada) Tortricidae.com Moth
Cavalier-Smith's system of classification
Plantae, Animalia, Protista (Eunucleata), Fungi, and Monera (the kingdom bacteria). The kingdom Monera can be divided into two distinct groups: eubacteria
Gram-negative bacteria
group species at the subdivision of Bacteria. Historically, the kingdom Monera was divided into four divisions based on Gram staining: Firmacutes (+),
Egypt
of which more than 10,000 were insects), fungi (more than 627 species), monera (319 species), plants (2426 species), protozoans (371 species). For some
Gram-positive bacteria
figure and pre-1990 versions of Bergey's Manual). Historically, the kingdom Monera was divided into four divisions based primarily on Gram staining: Firmicutes