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77151. The favouring conditions for floaters is





77152. The growth of black-pigmented Bacillus nigrificans, a causative agent of black pickle is favoured by





77153. Black kraut is caused by





77154. Floaters or bloaters may result from





77155. Slippery pickles occur due to





77156. Slimy or ropy kraut is caused by





77157. The most important bacterium developing acidity in both low and high salt brines is





77158. The elimination of the scum of yeasts in the brine during the fermentation include





77159. Cloudiness of brine of glass-packed olives may be caused by





77160. An excessively high temperature in the fermentation of sauerkraut may inhibit the growth of





77161. Which statement is true about flavouring materials spices, garlic etc. added to Dill pickles?





77162. Shriveling in fermented pickles results from the physical effect of





77163. Gassy spoilage of green olives is usually caused by





77164. Abnormal fermentation of cabbage may result in a cheese like odour caused by





77165. The algebraic sum of all IR drops and emf in any closed loop of a network as per KVL is:





77166. Form factor is the ratio of





77167. The power factor of the inductive load is:





77168. A choke coil has:





77169. A choke is used for limiting current in:





77170. Dysentery may be caused by





77171. Which of the following(s) bacteria belong to the family Entero-bacteriaceae?





77172. Transmission of bubonic plague is by





77173. The bacteria, which is more resistant to adverse environmental conditions, is





77174. The reaction(s) that is/are usually positive in Escherichia coli, is/ are





77175. An enrichment medium for the isolation of Shigella is





77176. In Widal test the significant titres for H agglutinins is





77177. Heat-labile enterotoxin of Escherichia coli activates





77178. Heat-stable enterotoxin of Escherichia coli activates





77179. The bacteria that is negative for fermentation of mannitol is





77180. Transmission of pneumonic plague from man to man is through





77181. Which of the following genus belongs to family Spirochaetaceae?





77182. Which of the following bacteria is/are known as coliform bacilli?





77183. The agent(s) which can cause plague is/are





77184. Salmonellae can also be killed by





77185. Sereny test is used for the detection of





77186. Prodigiosin (red pigment) is produced by members of genus





77187. Which of the following serotypes of Salmonella can cause gastroenteritis?





77188. Sylvatic plague occurs in





77189. Verotoxin 1 of Escherichia coli is similar to





77190. Which of the following determine the pathogenicity of Yersinia pestis?





77191. Enterobacter can be differentiated from Klebsiella by





77192. In Yersinia pestis, capsule is best demonstrated in cultures grown at





77193. Which of the following can readily kill Salmonellae?





77194. Traveller's diarrhea is caused by





77195. Which of the following disease is caused by Yersinia enterocolitica in man?





77196. The most common cause of urinary tract infection in the community is





77197. Bipolar staining is characteristic of





77198. Spirochaetes exhibit





77199. Species of Shigella which is predominant in India is





77200. Which of the following species/subspecies of Klebsiella produce indole?





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