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In gram staining procedure, the gram negative bacterial cell wall loses crystal violet color because: Question 20 options:

In gram staining procedure, the gram negative bacterial cell wall loses crystal violet color because:

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The peptidoglycan strand is thick


Teichoic acid is present


Peptidoglycan strands are absent


Peptidoglycan strands compose just single layer or two

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