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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

B.Sc.(MICROBIOLOGY): MORPHOLOGY, CYTOLOGY AND MICROBIAL TAXONOMY, Annamalai University December Question Paper

Annamalai University December 2014 Question Paper
B.Sc. DEGREE EXAMINATION December 2014
(MICROBIOLOGY)
(SECOND YEAR)
PART – III
GROUP A: MAIN
640: MORPHOLOGY, CYTOLOGY AND MICROBIAL TAXONOMY
Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks
 SECTION-A
 Answer any TEN questions
(10× 2 = 20)
Define/ Write briefly:
1. Fimbrial
2. Flagella
3. Pilli
4. Thallus
5. Unicellular fungi
6. Filamentous fungi
7. Septa in fungi
8. Woronin bodies
9. Mesosomes
10. Numerical taxonomy
11. Archaebacteria
12. Apicomplexa
13. Conidia
14. Agaricus
15. Lytic cycle
 SECTION-B
 Answer ALL questions
(5× 7 = 35)
16. a. Give a brief account on capsule formation.
(OR)
b. Comment on bacterial cell wall and cell membrane.

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17. a. Distinguish between heterocyst and non-heterocyst forms.
(OR)
b. Briefly describe the morphology of protozoa.

18. a. Elucidate the cytology of golgibodies.
(OR)
b. Briefly describe the cytology of ER.

19. a. Give the general principles of classification.
(OR)
b. Write down the Bergey’s manual of classification.

20. a. Explain the nomenclature of viruses.
(OR)
b. Give the outline classification of protozoa.
 SECTION-C
 Answer any THREE questions
(3× 15 = 45)
21. Elucidate the structure and formation of endospore
22. Discuss elaborately the morphology of algae.
23. Describe the anatomy and architecture of viruses.
24. Explain the modern approaches for classification of bacteria.
25. Describe the characters and classification of Archaebacteria.
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