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Kingdom Monera Subcategories are organized according to taxon tree: - Phyla -- Families --- Genuses Clases, Orders and Subtaxons are missed for escaping from "unstable" taxons.

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  1. Archaea

    Primitive single-celled organisms thought by some to be the oldest life-forms on Earth. They were first known for their ability to survive in a range of extreme environments, such as salty water, hot springs, and sulfur vents at the bottom of the ocean floor, though further research also finds Archaea in a variety of non-extreme environments. There is some disagreement as to how the Archaea should be classified. They were originally categorized as a sub-group of Bacteria, but they have very few similarities with them. Some taxonomies place them in a domain of their own, based on the differences between their genetic code and those of the Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes. Others place them within the Monera. Thus, the main divisions within the Archaea (Crenarchaea, Euryarchaeota, and sometimes others such as Korarchaeota and Nanoarchaeota) are variously described as kingdoms, phyla, or even classes.

    Crenarchaeota
    Euryarchaeota

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    Archaea

    by Medical Links 12-16-2014 05:06 AM
  2. Bacteria

    Bacteria have traditionally been identified and classified by shape, on the basis of their biochemistry, and/or the conditions under which they grow. New approaches allow classification on the basis of similarities among DNA sequences.

    Actinobacteria
    Bacteroidetes
    Cyanobacteria
    Fibrobacteres
    Firmicutes
    Proteobacteria
    Spirochaetes

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