BotanyThe term ‘glycocalyx’ is used for

The term 'glycocalyx' is used for

  1. A

    a layer present between cell wall and membrane of bacteria

  2. B

    cell wall of bacteria

  3. C

    bacterial cell glyco-engineered to possess N-glycosylated proteins
     

  4. D

    a layer surrounding the cell wall of bacteria

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    Solution:

    Most prokaryotic cells, particularly the bacterial cells, have a chemically complex cell envelope. The cell envelope consists of a tightly bound three layered structure i.e., the outermost glycocalyx followed by the cell wall and then the plasma membrane. Although each layer of the envelope performs distinct function, they act together as a single protective unit.

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