Four examples of organisms classified under the Kingdom Monera are bacteria, mycoplasms, cyanobacteria, and archae bacteria. Organisms that meet the qualifications of the kingdom Monera are called Monerans.
In order to be classified as a Moneran, an organism must be a single cell prokaryote. A prokaryote means that there is no cell nucleus and the genetic material is not contained by a membrane. Some Monerans are considered flagella, meaning they have the ability to move on their own, while others are not. Some Monerans are considered autotrophic, meaning they make their own food, while others are considered heterotrophic, meaning they depend on other organisms for fuel.