What are the similarities and differences between monera and protista?

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by: punit

Monera are unicellular organisms like protists.

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by: Toni

Remember: Monera comprises archaebacteria and bacteria and Protista comprises protozoans and algae.


Differences

Monera: prokaryotes; Protista: eukaryotes.
Monera: unicellular; algae (part of Protista): some pluricellular.


Similarities

Protozoans and bacteria: unicellular; part of the group is heterotroph (non-photosynthetic bacteria and archaebacteria, protozoans), the other part autotroph (photosynthetic bacteria and algae).

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