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 Is Kingdom Monera heterotrophic?

Answer Some members of the Kingdom Monera are heterotrophic, meaning they absorb their nutrients from the environment around them; others, such as cyanobacteria, are photosynthetic or chemosynthetic autot... Read More »
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What is in the Monera Kingdom?

Bacteria are in Kingdom Monera. All members of this kingdom are Prokaryotes, which means they lack a nucleus, and organize into groups based on their means of obtaining nutrients. Examples of this ... Read More »
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What kind of organisms are classified in kingdom Monera?

Kingdom Monera includes unicellular organisms such as blue-green algae, bacteria and Rickettsias, which are primitive microbes. These organisms usually reproduce asexually by budding, fission, or s... Read More »
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Can bacteria from monera kingdom make their own food?

Living things (organisms) that produce their own food are called autotrophs, while organisms that depend on outside sources of food are called heterotrophs. Some monera are autotrophic and use a pr... Read More »
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What city was the capital of the Middle Kingdom& the New Kingdom in Egypt?

The city of Waset, named Thebes by the conquering Greeks, was the capital of the ancient Egyptian empire from around 2040 B.C. until 1750 B.C., the period of time that defined the Middle Kingdom. T... Read More »
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