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What are  Spheroplasts?
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# 1
it is a gram negative bacteria without peptidoglycon layer 
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Sindhusha
 
Answer
# 2
spheroplasts are the cellwall removed yeast cells 
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Sujitha
 
 
 
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# 3
cells with partially degraded cell wall. treatment with EDTA, lysozyme is carried out in the presence of sucrose which prevents the cells from immediate bursting, sepheroplasts are formed. 
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Musa Khan
 
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# 4
Spheroplasts are gram-negative bacteria with a thin cell
wall which is enough capable to protect the cell from lysis

These are the resultants,when gram-negative bacteria grows
in an isotonic solution
 
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Yasodha
 

 
 
 
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