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Bacteria eat a lot of ammonia produced in the fish gills.

(a) True

(b) False

The question was asked in an internship interview.

My query is from Wastewater Treatment Systems in portion Bacterial Metabolism in Wastewater Treatment Systems of Environmental Biotechnology

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Right answer is (a) True

The best I can explain: Bacteria eat the ammonia that is produced in the fish gills which the fish produces as a waste product during their protein metabolism, ammonia being toxic, pollutes the water, hence, can be degraded by the bacteria.

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