How Are Monerans And Protists Different?


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Monerans are unicellular organisms, classified as animals. They do not have a nucleus. However, they have the same life processes as that of an ordinary animal. Bacteria is classified as a Moneran. On the other hand Protists are organisms that are neither classified as plants, animals or fungi. They include molds, protozoas, algae etc. They can be unicellular as well as multicellular.

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