Monera is also called:Prokaryota, Prokaryotae,
Organisms under Monara
Also known as Bacteria and Archaea.
Traits of Monera:
Reproduction- BF(binary fission)
Nutrient absorption from surroundings
Respiration processes- Bacteria have different respiration classification and they are generally under the ability to survive in a certain environment and the ability to adapt:
Obligate aerobes: These are strict aerobes that mean they always require oxygen for their survival. They are not able to withstand anaerobic conditions.
Facultative anaerobes: These are not of strict types. They normally respire aerobically but can shift to anaerobic types, if conditions are not suitable.
Obligate anaerobes: These are again strict types of anaerobes. They can survive only if oxygen is deficient but are not able to withstand if oxygen is present.
Facultative aerobes: These are bacteria which normally respire anaerobic but can move to aerobic conditions, if the situation demands.
It is the simplest of the eukaryotes. It is a group of organisms that is form because they doesn't really seem to be in any other group. There are both unicellular and multi cellular. There are also plant like and animal like. Plant like are like plants as they photosynthesize while animal like does not photosynthesize, but they find their food.
Examples of organisms that belong to the Protista kingdom are:
- brown algae.
Key characteristics of fungi:
-they reproduce by spores, budding, or fragmentation
-they get their food from organic matter, both dead and living, and do not make their own food like plants
-fungi produce enzymes to break down organic matter to a form that can be absorbed by the fungi
-are both unicellular and multicellular
Examples are Mushrooms and black fungus.
Done by: Brendon, Ding Shan, Yub and Ming Yong