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Amoeba and Paramecium
Mixotrophic nutrition is a type of dual nutrition where in light the organisms performs photosynthesis while in dark it switches over to saprophytic nutrition, e.g., Euglena.
Organisms (plants, animals, protists and fungi) containing advanced cells, each of which has a true nucleus and membrane-bounded organelles. Thus, in eukaryotic cells, the genetic material is isolated from cytoplasm by a nuclear envelope of two membranes.
Protista is a kingdom of unicellular eukaryotes such as unicellular algae, fungi and protozoans
Methanogens (Archaea), Escherichia coli (Eubacteria) or Anabaena (cyanobacteria).
Murein and peptidoglycan.
Organisms (archaea and bacteria) containing simple cells that do not have membranebounded organelles. Their, genetic material, the chromosome of a cell exists in an area called nucleioid, in direct contact with cytoplasm.
Monera is the kingdom of prokaryotic organisms