Multiple Choice Quiz on Bacterial Cell wall

This microbiology quiz is designed to assess your basic knowledge in 'bacterial cell wall’. Questions come under ‘medium’ category. Choose the best answer from the four options given. When you've finished answering as many of the questions as you can, scroll down to the bottom of the page and check your answers by clicking 'Get score'. Percentage score will be displayed along with right answers.
Gram negative and Gram positive cell wall
1. Bacterial cell wall is composed of cellulose
2. Which is common ingredient of bacterial and fungal cell wall cellulose
muramic acid
acetyl glucosamine
3. Cell wall shows semipermeability
complete permeability
differential permeability
4. Peptidoglycan is characteristic constituent of cell wall in archaebacteria and eukaryotes
eubacteria and unicellular eukaryotes
monera and cyanobacteria
bacteria and cyanobacteria
5. Gram negative differ from Gram positive in having thick wall
absence of wall lipids
complex wall
simple wall
6. Murein is present in Halobacterium
None of the above
7. Lipopolysaccharide is found in cell wall of Gram positive bacteria
Gram negative bacteria
Both Gram positive and Gram negative
8. Lipopolysaccharide do not contain Lipid
D antigens
9. In Archaebacteria which one is present in cell wall? Murein
Both of these
None of theses
10. A cell wall component which anchors the outer membrane of enteric Gram negative bacteria to peptidoglycan layer Lignic acid
Techioic acid
Braun lipoproprotein
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