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    Features Of Bacterial Cell all questions and answers

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    1 of 9: Bacteria were 1st observed by
    A) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek (70%)
    B) Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg (20%)
    C) Aristotle (10%)
    Answer : A
    2 of 9: Cell wall of Bacteria is made up of
    A) Cellulose (29%)
    B) Glycoproteins (17%)
    C) Lipoproteins (17%)
    D) Peptidoglycan (37%)
    Answer : D
    3 of 9: Most of Bacteria contain one or more circular extra chromosomal genetic material which is known as
    A) Episome (19%)
    B) Virosome (18%)
    C) Virus Like Particles (13%)
    D) Plasmid (50%)
    Answer : D
    4 of 9: Viruses that kill Bacteria are called as
    A) Virophage (11%)
    B) Mucophage (11%)
    C) Bacteriophage (68%)
    D) Plasmophage (9%)
    Answer : C
    5 of 9: Disinfection is
    A) A Process That is Intended to Kill or Remove Microorganism With the Exception of Bacterial Spore (59%)
    B) A Prevention of Infection by Topical Application (30%)
    C) Inability of Living Organism to Reproduce (12%)
    Answer : A
    6 of 9: Transfer of genetic information of DNA to RNA is called:
    A) Transduction (20%)
    B) Transformation (26%)
    C) Transcription (45%)
    D) Conjugation (10%)
    Answer : C
    7 of 9: Bacterial Genome consist of
    A) Linear RNA (12%)
    B) Linear DNA (23%)
    C) Circular RNA (26%)
    D) Circular DNA (39%)
    Answer : D
    8 of 9: Bacteria That is Extensively being used in Genetic engineering is
    A) Salomnella (12%)
    B) Mycoplasma (25%)
    C) Bacillus Antharcis (15%)
    D) E. Coli (47%)
    Answer : D
    9 of 9: Bacteria Can take up genetic material from outside by a process known as
    A) Transcription (15%)
    B) Translation (25%)
    C) Transduction (35%)
    D) Transformation (55%)
    Answer : D

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