Bacteria are called prokaryotes because a bacterium cell lacks a nucleus. The DNA is found as loops in discrete sites in the cytoplasm, rather than in a nucleus.
Cyanophyceae is rarer noun of cyanobacteria,its basicaly the same thing.
They do not have organized nucleus. So they are prokaryotes.
Bacteria do not have a nucleus. That's why they are prokaryotic.
[per Answers.com] "Monera, taxonomic kingdom that comprises the prokaryotes (http://www.answers.com/topic/bacteria and http://www.answers.com/topic/cyanobacteria)."
Chromoplasts are a type of heterogeneous organelles that are responsible for pigment synthesis and storage. Chromoplasts are responsible for the distinctive colors in fruits, flowers, roots, and aging leaves. Chromoplasts are descendants of photosynthetic prokaryotes known as cyanobacteria.
Biochemical tests for identification of cyanobacteria
no difference,cyanobacteria comes under eubacteria
No. Cyanobacteria are prokaryotes, and as such do not have a nucleus.
Prokaryotes, like bacteria and cyanobacteria.
Plants, Algae, and some Prokaryotes can also carry out photosynthesis. Prokaryotes such as Cyanobacteria.
Cyanobacteria were formerly known as blue-green algae which are photosynthetic. Thylakoids in the cyanobacteria are not separate organelles as we see in eukaryotic cell (eg:chloroplast). In fact the chloroplasts of eukaryotic cells were originated in a endosymbiotic event where cyanobacteria was taken up by the cell. Please read about enodsymbiosis.
If you meant to say "prokaryote" or "prokaryotic", then NO. Prokaryotes belong to Monera, or the bacteria - cyanobacteria. Fungi are mono- and dikaryotic.
By mutualistic symbiotic relationships with nitrogen-fixing organisms, which can be prokaryotes, like cyanobacteria, or mycorrhizal fungi.
All bacteria, including cyanobacteria and archybacteria are prokaryotes. All other types of organisms are eukaryotes.
protocista are eukaryotic organisms which are not included elsweher where as prokaryotes are things like bacteria and cyanobacteria
Cyanobacteria, which are sometimes incorrectly called blue-green algae, were the first organisms to add oxygen to early Earth. Blue-green algae are eukaryotes while cyanobacteria are the much earlier prokaryotes.
The cyanobacteria is a consumer
Most photosynthetic organisms that do not contain chloroplasts are bacteria. Some examples would be green sulfur and non sulfur bacteria which use chlorosomes. Chlorosomes contain light harvesting pigments known as bacteriochlorophylls. Cyanobacteria do not contain chloroplasts but use chlorophyll A and phycobilin photosynthetic pigments.