What is the difference between Monera and Protista?

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Monera

1. Monerans are unicellular organisms’ exhibiting prokaryotic cellular organization.

2. Reproduction is only by asexual means.

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3. They usually do not possess cilia, flagella, pseudopodia (except some bacteria).

Ex. Bacteria, Cyanobacteria.

Protista

1. Protista are unicellular organisms but exhibit eukaryotic cellular organization.

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2. Reproduction is by both asexual and sexual methods.

3. They possess these structures for modify.

Ex. Unicellular algae, diatoms, protozoans.

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