Microbiology MCQ-11: Agricultural and Environmental Microbiology


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Microbiology MCQ – 11
(Biology / Life Sciences MCQ: Multiple Choice Questions in Microbiology)

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1. The group of organisms that are now separated from the other groups of fungi based on their motile spores and cellulose-rich cell wall is
2. The bio-control agent Trichoderma is a:
3. The common nitrogen-fixing microorganism in paddy fields is:
4. Which of the following is an example for denitrifying bacteria?
5. The genetic material for the production of Leghemoglobin protein in symbiotic nitrogen fixation in leguminous plants is located in:
6. What are Diazotrophs:
7. Where would you expect to find chemosynthetic organisms?
8. If you want to obtain glycosylated proteins from microbes, the best choice will be:
9. Which of the following protein cause the inhibition of transcription of ‘nif’ gene in nitrogen fixing bacteria?
10. The cofactor required by the Nitrogenase enzyme is:
11. Which of the following is a flowering plant with nodules containing filamentous nitrogen-fixing microorganism?
12. Chitin, the chief component of fungal cell wall is a:
13. The primary energy source of Thiobacillus thioxidans is:
14. Among the following which microorganism is involved in nitrogen fixation with wood trees?

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