What Is the Importance of Monera?

Answer The Monera kingdom consists entirely of bacteria, according to Bacteria is over 3.5 million years old, according to Berkeley University. Cyanobacteria was responsible for prod... Read More »

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Who was the first to discover monera?

Ernst Haeckel discovered the concept Monera in the nineteenth century. He considered it a subgroup of a larger group called Protista. Acting on ideas developed by his father Edwin, Herbert Copeland... Read More »

Are monera asexual?

Organisms from what was referred to the kingdom Monera, prior to 1991, reproduce both sexually and asexually. Archaea reproduce only through the asexual process of binary fission, which occurs when... Read More »

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 »

Is a Monera a heterotroph?

The Kingdom Monera consists solely of bacteria. Bacteria are either heterotrophs or autotrophs. The classification depends on how the bacteria get their food. A heterotroph gets food from living or... Read More »