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Multiple Choice Quiz on Bacteriophage

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Bacteriophage Quiz
Bacteriophage structure

1. Genetic material of Ø x174 bacteriophage is
single stranded DNA
Double stranded DNA
single stranded RNA
Double stranded RNA
2. Phages that show lysogenic cycles are called
lytic phages
virulent phages
temperate phages
all of these

3. All tailed phages posses
single stranded DNA
single stranded RNA
Double stranded RNA
Double stranded DNA

4. Which one of the following enzymes is found in bacteriophage?
lyzozyme
dehygdrogenase
protease
nitrogenase

5. Transduction in bacteria is mediated by
cosmids
F factors
phage vectors
plasmid vectors

6. Stage following infection of a cell by a virus during which the presence of virus particles cannot be made out
lysogenic phage
maturation phage
eclipe phase
infection phase

7. When bacteriophage, in its lytic phage, carries some of the digested bacterial chromosome with it to another host cell, the process is called
conjugation
transformation
specialized trandduction
generalized transduction

8. During which phase of their replication , the bacteriophage release lysozyme
adsorption
eclipe
penetration
maturation

9. Which of the following chemical is essential for passing of nucleic acid of bacteriophage into bacterium
pseudomurein
muramic acid
phosphatidyl glycerol
teichoic acid

10. Virus that infect bacteria, multiple and cause their lysis are called
lytic
lysogenic
lipolytic
lysozynes

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