Kingdoms of Life - Monera
Milliken's Kingdoms of Life series is aligned with national science standards and reflects current teaching practices. Each book includes approximately 50 black and white reproducible pages, 12 full-color transparencies (print books) or PowerPoint slides (eBooks), comprehension questions and lab activities for each unit, an answer key, a glossary of bolded terms, a timeline of biological discovery, a laboratory safety guide, as well as a national standards correlation chart.
Monera details the structure and behavior of the smallest and simplest life forms: bacteria and archaea. Bacteria and archaea are one-celled organisms distinguished by their lack of a distinct nucleus and the absence of membrane-bound organs.
The Monera Family Tree
Monera External Processes and Relationships in Nature
Monera Internal Processes and Natural Cycles
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