anonymous
  • anonymous
What are key markers for the identification of Bacteria? Answer Peptidoglycan in cell membranes, ether-linked fatty acids, Special transcription DNA Special RNA polymerase, peptidoglycan in cell walls, ester-linked fatty acids Special RNA polymerase, peptidoglycan in cell membranes, chitin and cellulose cell walls Cellulose in cell membranes, ester-linked lipids in cell walls, special transcription DNA
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  • chestercat
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blues
  • blues
Hi there, it helps if you also post what aspect of the problem you don't understand and would like help with. Or if you post what you think the answer is and include why you think it so we can check your work...
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh yea sry i think its b cause it says it has peptidoglycan in cell walls not sure
blues
  • blues
I think you are right. Many bacteria definitely have peptidoglycan in their cell walls, so that is a good place to start. It means it isn't option number four. And they have them in cell walls, not cell membranes so the first and third options are also out. :D

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