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In balanced growth phase ol a cell
P. all components of a cell grow at the same rate
Q. specific growth determined by cell number or cell mass would be the same
R. the growth rate is independent of substrate concentration
S. the growth rate decreases with decreasing substrate concentration
(A) P, Q and S only (B) Q, R and S only
(C)P,Q and R only (D) P only
In N-linked glycosylation, the oligosaccharide chain is attached to protein by
(A) asparagine (B) arginine
(C) serine (D) threonine
Restriction endonucleases which recognize and cut same recognition sequences are known as
(A) isoschizomers (B) isozymes
(C) isoaccepting endonucleases (D) abzymes
Substrate consumption in lag phase of microbial growth is primarily used for
P. turn over of the cell material
Q. maintenance of intracellular p1-I
S. increase in cell number
(C) P. Q and R only (D) S only
The study of evolutionary relationships is known as
(A) genomics (B) proteomics
(C) phylogenetics (D) genetics
The Iipopolysaccharides present in bacterial cell wall has lipid A which is connected to
(B) core polysaccharide
(C) both with O-polysaccharide and core polysaccharide
(D) rhamnose-mannose disaccharide