Deuteromycetes are known as ‘imperfect fungi’ because –
a. Only the sexual phases of these fungi are known.
b. Because they do not have true cell wall
c. Only the asexual or vegetative phases of these fungi are known.
d. They do not show typical fungal characteristics.
On the discovery of sexual phase in a fungus the mycologist moved it from class ‘A’ to ascomycetes. Identify the class ‘A’?
Which type of spores are found in the members of deuteromycetes?
Which of the following does not belong to the class Deuteromycetes?
Phenomenon called Alternation of generation is found in –
d. More than one options are correct
Lichens, viruses, viroids and prions have been included in the kingdom –
d. None of the above
Viruses did not find a place in classification because –
a. They do not possess a cellular structure
b. They can be crystallized
c. They do not divide outside the cell
d. All of the above
Which of the following statement is incorrect?
a. No virus contains both RNA and DNA.
b. A virus is a nucleoprotein and the genetic material is infectious.
c. Bacterial viruses or bacteriophages are usually single stranded DNA viruses
d. Viruses are inert outside their specific host cell.
Which of the following statement is incorrect with respect to capsid?
a. Capsid is the outermost covering of most of the viruses.
b. Capsid is made up of capsomeres.
c. Capsid protects the genetic material
d. Capsomeres are arranged in random geometric forms.
Which of the following pathogenic disease could have the symptoms like mosaic formation, leaf rolling and curling, yellowing and vein clearing, dwarfing and stunted growth?
d. Deficiency syndrome.