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monera, protista, protozoa

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by Keroro, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. Keroro

    Keroro Member
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    monera, protista, protozoa


    somehow i am confused with these three concepts..


    can any one clearify them ?


    thanx!
     
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  3. KiTmAn

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    Kingdom Monera...is a single celled prokaryote..includes cyanobacteria which are blue-green algae..and other bacteria...
    Kingdom Protista consists of single celled eukaryotes..contains Rhizopods such as amoeba and ciliophors such as paramecium...also consists of Protozoa.. and photosynthetic organisms taht can be either characterized plants or animals called euglena...it also contains fungi looking slimemolds consisting a coencytic (many cells fused together so looks like one cell with many nuclei..)
    hope this clears it up..
     

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