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Recalcitrant polymers can be recycled by which of the following microorganism?

(a) Fungi

(b) Enzymes

(c) Reptiles

(d) Potassium

I had been asked this question in a job interview.

Enquiry is from Organic Pollutants topic in portion Biodegradation of Organic Pollutants of Environmental Biotechnology

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Correct option is (a) Fungi

The best I can explain: Fungi has the degradative capabilities to recycle recalcitrant polymers like lignin, Enzymes, Potassium and Reptiles are not considered as microorganisms the recalcitrant polymers are supposed to be recycled by microorganisms more efficiently due to less cellular complexity.

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