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QUESTION    2
Q1) Match List-I with List-II [ NEET 2021]
List – I List – II
a) Aspergillus niger i) Acetic acid
b) Acetobacter aceti ii) Lactic acid
c) Clostridium butylicum iii) Citric acid
d) Lactobacillus iv) Butyric acid
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Aspergillus niger (a fungus) of citric acid,
Acetobacter aceti (a bacterium) of acetic acid;
Clostridium butylicum (a bacterium) of butyric acid
and Lactobacillus (a bacterium) of lactic acid.
Reference NCERT text book 12th Page 183, 10.2.3 Chemicals, Enzymes and other Bioactive Molecules
Answer:(b)



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Microbes in Human Welfare

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