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Purified antibiotic penicillin of Penicillium notatum was discovered by

a)

Alexander Fleming

b)

Howard Floxy

c)

Robert Hooke

d)

Carolus Linnaeus


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Purified antibiotic penicillin of Penicillium notatum was discovered by

a)

Alexander Fleming

b)

Howard Floxy

c)

Robert Hooke

d)

Carolus Linnaeus

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(a)

Penicillin was discovered by Alexander Fleming from Penicillium notatum  fungus. Penicillium is called green mould, which belongs to class-Ascomycetes. Today, penicillin is also obtained from Penicillium crysogenum



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Thermococcus and Methanobacterium   are

a)

Archaebacteria having eukaryotic histone homologue

b)

Bacteria with cytoskeleton

c)

Archaebacteria with negatively supercoiled DNA as eukaryotes but lacking histones

d)

Bacteria having positively coiled DNA, cytoskeleton, mitochondria


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