The structures that help some bacteria to attach to rocks and / or host tissues are:

The Structures That Help Some Bacteria To Attach To Rocks Biology Question

The structures that help some bacteria to attach to rocks and / or host tissues are:

Options

(a) Fimbriae
(b) Mesosomes
(c) Holdfast
(d) Rhizoids

Correct Answer:

Fimbriae

Explanation:

Fimbriae assist to some bacteria to get attachment with rocks or host body to get establishment and nutrition.

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