MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions) in Quiz Format on “Microbes in Human Welfare“. Quiz No. 2
Microbes in Human Welfare: MCQs Quiz - 2
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The common nitrogen-fixer in paddy fields is
The most common fungal partners of mycorrhiza are ______ species.
The most important of the symbiotic nitrogen fixing bacteria which forms nodules on the roots of legume plants is
The symbiotic association of fungi with the roots of higher plants is called:
None of these
The term antibiotic was coined by:
The yeast that is used in alcohol production and bread making is
What is the common name of Drosophila melanogaster?
Which of the following bacterium produces butyric acid?
None of these
Which of the following is a gram-negative bacterium?
Which of the following is a symbiotic nitrogen fixer?
Which of the following is added to milk to curdle it or produce fermented milk products?
Which of the following will begin fixing nitrogen only after they stop reproducing?
Which of the followings is also called sac fungi that live parasitically and in various habitats?
Which of the followings is mainly produced by the activity of anaerobic bacteria on sewage?
Which one of the following is a wrong matching of a microbe and its industrial product, while the remaining three are correct?
Clostridium butylicum - lactic acid
Aspergillus niger - citric acid
Yeast - statins
Acetobacter aceti - acetic acid
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