Monera

Taxonomic classification of bacteria as a separate kingdom.

Monera

Kingdom that contains all prokaryotic organisms (bacteria and cyanobacteria) in the Five Kingdom scheme.

Monera

Monera (ə {respell|mə|NEER|ə}) is a kingdom that contains unicellular organisms with a prokaryotic cell organization, (having no nuclear membrane), such as bacteria. The taxon Monera was first proposed as a phylum by Ernst Haeckel in 1866. Subsequently, the phylum was elevated to the rank of kingdom in 1925 by Édouard Chatton. The last commonl...
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Monera

(mo-ne´rә) in the classification of living organisms, a kingdom comprising all unicellular organisms that lack true nuclei (the prokaryote), including principally the bacteria. Formerly called Procaryotae.
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Monera

[n] - prokaryotic bacteria and blue-green algae and various primitive pathogens
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Monera

• (pl. ) of Moneron • (n. pl.) The lowest division of rhizopods, including those which resemble the amoebas, but are destitute of a nucleus.
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Monera

kingdom Monera noun prokaryotic bacteria and blue-green algae and various primitive pathogens; because of lack of consensus on how to divide the organisms into phyla informal names are used for the major divisions
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Monera

Mo·ne'ra noun plural [ New Latin , from Greek mo`nos single.] (Zoology) The lowest division of rhizopods, including those which resemble the amœbas, but are destitute of a nucleus.
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Monera

Group, at the kingdom level, in the classification of life. Unicellular organisms that have a prokaryotic cell type.
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Monera

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; see cell, in biology). They have a small ring of DNA as their gene...
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Monera

Prokaryotic kingdom that includes (in the most widely accepted classification system) archaebacteria
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Monera

Type: Term Pronunciation: mō-nē′ră Definitions: 1. The prokaryotes, a kingdom of primitive microbial organisms characterized by having no defined nucleus or chromosomes; DNA that is not membrane bound; and absence of centrioles, mitotic spindle, microtubules, and mitochondria; division of the ill-defined nuclear zone (nucleoid)...
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