5 years ago in Microorganisms

Match the types of bacteria listed in column I with their activity given in column II. Choose the correct combination of alphabets of the two columns.
  Column - I (Types of bacteria)   Column - II (Activity)
A Streptomyces p Food poisoning
B Rhizobium q Source of Antibiotics
C Nitrosomonas r Nitrogen fixation
D Acetobacter s Nitrification
    t Vinegar synthesis

[A] A = s, B =t, C = p, D = 1
[B] A = t, B = p, C = r, D = S
[C] A = q, B = r, C = p, D = t
[D] A = q, B = r, C = s, D = t
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Mahantesh janjeer
Mahantesh janjeer - 2 years ago

Mahantesh janjeer from Bengaluru, India is saying A = s, B =t, C = p, D = 1 is correct answer

Rhye
Rhye - 3 years ago

Rhye from San Fernando, Philippines is saying A = q, B = r, C = s, D = t is correct answer

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xyz - 3 years ago

xyz from New Delhi, India is saying A = q, B = r, C = s, D = t is correct answer

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Divya Pidishetty - 3 years ago

Divya Pidishetty from Mumbai, India is saying A = q, B = r, C = s, D = t is correct answer

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omer abdullah shaikh - 3 years ago

omer abdullah shaikh from Hyderabad, India is saying A = s, B =t, C = p, D = 1 is correct answer

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