Bacteria and blue-green algae are both primitive prokaryotes that live on earth now, as well as long time ago. Just recently they have changed blue green algae or cyanobacteria to be in the kingdom prokaryotes.
Because these are the simplest organisms that could have existed. Every organism starts from the smallest and simplest living subunit and then develops further.
The organisms need plants, algae and bacteria for their nourishment. This ensures their survival.
Monera is the first Kingdom according to R.H. Whittaker's five-kingdom classification.It comprises all prokaryotic (Without a well developed nucleus or nuclear membrane bound organelles) organisms and has NO eukaryotic( With a prominent nucleus and nuclear membrane bound organelles) organisms in it.The sole members of this kingdom are bacteria. Blue- green algae also known as cyanobacteria come under this kingdom.They are all unicellular. No organism is multicellular.They reproduce by asexual means or vegetative means.Some bacteria adopt a VERY primitive mode of sexual reproduction.It has 3 main domains: Eubacteria, Cyanobacteria, Archaebacteria.
No. Algae is a protist in domain Eukarya. They are typically autotrophs (organisms that can manufacture their own food) that perform photosynthesis. "Blue-green" algae are prokaryotic cyanobacteria, however.
Spherically shaped bacteria are called coccus, or cocci (pl). An example would be Streptococcus.
Algae or blue green algae
The Kingdom Monera contains prokaryotic organisms: the bacteria and bluegreen algae.
Bacteria are the only prokaryotes, so algae are eukaryotic.
Prokaryotic cells are found in bacteria and blue green algae
They are in kingdom Monera.
The definition of eukaryotic is that of any organism having as its fundamental structural unit a cell type that contains specialized organelles in the cytoplasm, characteristics of all life forms except bacteria, blue algae and other primitive organisms.
Prokaryotic cell walls are made out of peptidoglycan if its for bacteria. In the algae most posses a cell wall made out of surface layer protein, which forms a s-layer.
Algae are not prokariyotic.They are eukariyotic organisms.
No they are not prokariyotes.They have eukariyotic cells
Depletion of ozone lets the UV to come in. These UV if fall on blue-green algae can destroy them.
No, all algae is Eukaryotic, for they are in the kingdom Protista.
There are 6 kingdoms recognized in America today. Only one kingdom is considered to be prokaryotic, and that is Bacteria. The other five fall under eukaryotic: Fungi, Protists (Algae and Protozoa), Animalia, Chromista, and Plantae.
Some bacteria have chloroplasts. For example, cyanobacteria. They are photosynthetic bacteria No, bacteria do not have chloroplasts because they are prokaryotic which means they can't have membrane bound organelles other than ribosomes.. Chloroplasts are membrane bound organelles. As for the cyanobacteria, they are indeed photosynthetic, but they still don't have chloroplasts. It is somewhat misleading. They were once called blue-green algae (they even fooled earlier scientists) but are now considered bacteria because they lack a membrane bound nucleus and chloroplasts.