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The kingdom Monera (Bacteria) is the lowest of the five kindoms from an evolutionary standpoint.
In the 3 domain system, the kingdom Monera spans two domains as the evolutionary separation between the two types of bacteria is sufficient to divide the two.
The defining characteristic of the kingdom Monera is that monerans are prokaryotic, that is, they lack membrane bound organelles.
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  The Monera Fallacy
Publishing in 1866 Haeckel claimed to have discovered such a life form in mud dredged from the sea bottom and he created the group of the Monera, the protoplasm of which was said to be entirely homogeneous, lacking even a nucleus.
In a speech in 1870 Haeckel claimed that it was "almost incontestable" that these Monera originated by abiogenesis, i.e., that this simple life form emerged from non-living matter by spontaneous generation and was representative of the first life of the biosphere.
Thus the supposed life form Monera, the "Urschleim " from the bottom of the sea, which, was embraced by nearly all evolutionists of that day as bridging the gap between matter and life, turned out to be a pure mineral precipitate.
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  AllRefer.com - Monera (Moneran And Protistan) - Encyclopedia
Monera, taxonomic kingdom that comprises the prokaryotes (bacteria and cyanobacteria).
Prokaryotes are single-celled organisms that lack a membrane-bound nucleus and usually lack membrane-bound organelles (mitochondria, chloroplasts).
Monera has been contrasted with the kingdoms of eukaryotic organisms (protists, fungi, plants, and animals; see eukaryote).
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The Monera are single-celled organisms that do not possess a true nucleus, they are presently divided into two large Kingdoms, the Eubacteria and Archeobacteria.
Monera (sometimes referred to as bacteria or blue green algae) are microscopic.
Monera that do not make their own food are heterotrophic and must seek a supply of food.
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 Monera | World of Biology
The Monera is the largest kingdom of prokaryotic microorganisms.
Prokaryotes are single-celled organisms that lack an organized nucleus, i.e., one that is separated from the protoplasm by a membrane-like envelope.
Bacteria and blue-green bacteria (or cyanobacteria) are the major groups in the Monera.
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 The Five Kingdoms - Kingdom Monera
All organisms in the Kingdom Monera are prokaryotes.
They lack nuclei and organelles and most of their cell walls are made of peptidoglycan (the exceptions are the archaebacteria).
The archaebacteria have cell walls that lack peptidoglycan, cell membranes that utilize different lipids, and ribosomes similar to those found in eukaryotes.
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