Biotechnology - Transgenic Plant

Exercise :: Transgenic Plant - Section 1

  • Transgenic Plant - Section 1
36. 

Resistance to L-phosphinothrium in tobacco plants is developed by the transfer of

A. gene for EPSPS (5-enol-pyruvyl shikimat 3 phosphate synthase)
B. gene for ALS (acetolactate synthase)
C. gene for GS (glutamine synthase)
D. any of the above

Answer: Option C

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37. 

A __________ is a small laboratory set up to simulate conditions of a particular environment.

A. microcosm
B. mibridization
C. bioremediation
D. rhizosecretion

Answer: Option A

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38. 

The roots of a plant are converted into drug-producing structures in a process called

A. microcosm establishment
B. mibridization
C. bioremediation
D. rhizosecretion

Answer: Option D

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39. 

ACC demainase gene is responsible for

A. synthesis for ethylene
B. degradation of ACC an immediate precursor to ethylene
C. both (a) and (b)
D. synthesis of polygalactouranase

Answer: Option B

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40. 

Two genes from a bacterium (Alcaligenes eutrophus) and a cotton gene produce

A. a plastic
B. a vaccine against the bacterium
C. a pharmaceutical product
D. herbicide resistance

Answer: Option A

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