In the topic Five kingdoms of Biodiversity,Sumeet has said that most of the prokaryotes are unicellular and that they fall under K.Monera.So,is there something like a multicellular prokaryote and if there is which kingdom does it fall under?

Asked by  | 4th Dec, 2012, 08:35: PM

Expert Answer:

Most prokaryotes are unicellular organisms, although a few such as myxobacteria have multicellular stages in their life cycles or create large colonies like cyanobacteria. They also belong to kingdom Monera.
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Answered by  | 6th Dec, 2012, 10:29: AM

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