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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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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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Answer Key : (c) -

(c)

Thermococcus, Methanococcus and Methanobacterium are archaebacteria with negatively supercolled DNA as in eukaryotes but lacking histones



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