The reason for my believing this is that filamentous morphology concerns long visible chains, threads, or filaments, which you can see in the image.
The correct answer is Filamentous.
The morphology of the bacteria is filamentous. They look like spaghetti, which interlocks with each other to form a mess.They are long strands of bacteria growing end to end.
The bacteria having this morphology is used in wastewater systems especially in activated sludge process.
These bacteria act as an excellent BOD degrader.
The morphology represented in the picture is cocci. The cocci is a bacterium that exhibit spherical shape. This bacteria either remain as single cell or forms colonies with other cells. For example, Diplococci is the pairs of cocci, Streptococci is the chain of cocci, Staphylococci is the irregular cluster of cocci and others.
1 a. RNA polymerases
3 b. Mobility
4 b. spirilla
5 c. Bacteria toxin
This bacteria's morphology is rod-shaped. The flagella can be confusing and cause you to choose filamentous, but filamentous bacteria are simple strands. Spirilla bacteria are spiral shaped, and cocci bacteria are spherical.
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It is not cocci the correct answer is B. Rod shaped
Since the bacteria are round, the right answer is cocci.
The shape of bacteria is a criterion for classifying them. A coccus is a spherical-shaped bacterium, as opposed to the elongated rod form, called a bacillus.
Among the cocci, we find:
* monohulls, simple cocci,
* diplococci, cocci grouped two by two,
* streptococci, chain cocci,
* staphylococci, cocci in clusters.
The answer is NOT C Filamentous
The choices can be found elsewhere as follows:
I believe the correct anwser is the last option, Morphology represented is a spirilla. Hope this helps.
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