Bacteria are classified in kingdom monera.
Bacteria are classified in the kingdom of Monera, a kingdom containing unicellular organisms, which is divided into two groups - Archaea and Bacteria.
because it does not have all the characteristics of bacteria
it is eubacteria
Most bacteria are classified in the Kingdom of Eubacteria. Though bacteria sometimes is not classified as a living organism, some do contain DNA and RNA.
It's already been classified - in the bacteriakingdom.
The two kingdoms that bacteria is classified in are archaebacteria and eubacteria. At one time, bacteria was classified under one kingdom called Monera.
It is a different name for the kingdom Monera, where all the bacteria is classified in.
The bacteria that causes botulism is spore-producing, therefore the only kingdom that is spore-producing is the FUNGUS kingdom.
I would say fungi Fungi are arguably not alive, Bacteria are classified into the Monera kingdom Actually now the Monera kingdom is both the eubacteria and archeabacteria. archeabacteria are bacteira that live in extreme environments so i would say eubacteria
bacteria, blue-green algae, viruses
Depends on which bacteria. For example, Salmonella will be classified as:Kingdom: BacteriaPhylum: ProteobacteriaClass: GammaproteobacteriaOrder: EnterobacterialesFamily: EnterobacteriaceaeGenus: Salmonella
There are three main evolutionary kingdoms, they are archaea, eukarya and bacteria. Salmonella is a bacterium.
I'm sorry for the answer you were previously given on this question. The answer is eubacteria.
Gram positive bacteria and cyanobacteria have no nuclei; also, they predate eukaryotes.
Yeasts are used in brewing beer. They although unicellular they are not considered to be bacteria. Yeasts are eukaryotic microorganisms classified in the kingdom Fungi.
They are not classified into a kingdom as they are not alive.
Bacteria are microorganisms that are classified under kingdom Monera. They have three types of reproduction, which include vegetative, sexual and asexual methods.
They were, in the past. Or at least some of them. The people who decided to place them in a separate kingdom decided that there were significant difference between bacteria and plants.
Bacteria are not classified by the number of chromosomes, or the type of mitochondria.