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What is the difference between fungi, protista, plantae, and moneran?

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What is the difference between fungi, protista, plantae, and moneran?

Kingdom:

In biological classification a kingdom is a level of organisation which is above the phylum level. Kingdoms can thus be incredibly diverse and their members may be united by a few defining characteristics.

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The differences between fungi, protista, plantae, and moneran is their cellular organization and life strategy. Fungi are uni or multicellular

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