Curd is formed by the action of
  • a)
    Protozoa
  • b)
    Bacteria
  • c)
    Fungus
  • d)
    Algae
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

Class 6 Question

16 Answers
Samaira Singhdeo answered May 29, 2020
Curd is formed by the action of bacteria named 'lactobacillus bacteria 'which converts the milk into curd

Abheek Jha answered May 23, 2020
A bacteria called lactobacillus converts milk into curd when kept overnight

Learning Grammar answered 3 weeks ago
Yes Ur correct information

Piddubhai Pratap answered May 07, 2020
It is because bacteria convert some chemical reaction and convert into curd but we can't see this. We can see this with the help of magnify glass.

Anshuman Kumar answered 3 weeks ago
Correct answer is B

Ranjith Jebasingh answered May 18, 2020
The curd forms because of the
chemical reaction between the lactic
acid bacteria and casein. During
fermentation, the bacteria use
enzymes to produce energy (ATP)
from lactose. The byproduct of ATP
production is lactic acid.

Organic Easy To Learn answered 4 weeks ago
Curd is formed by the action of bacteria it's'lactobasilus basili'

Anees Khan answered Apr 21, 2020
The answer is bacteria

Manisha Shekhawat answered May 31, 2020
Curd is formed due to action of lactobacillus bacteria in milk .due to lactobacillus bacteria lactic acid present in curd

Veereshb12 . answered Apr 26, 2020
It is because bacterias convert some chemical reaction and convert into curd.

Aryan Khara answered May 30, 2020
Bacteria is the correct answer

Mohak Gulati answered Jun 01, 2018
The increased acidity causes the milk proteins (casein) to tangle into solid masses, or curds. Milk that has been left to sour (raw milk alone or pasteurized milk with added lactic acid bacteria) will also naturally produce curds, and sour milk cheeses are produced this way.

Rajat Nagar answered 6 days ago
The curd forms because of the chemical reaction between the lactic acid bacteria and casein . During fregmentation,the bacteria use enzymes to produce energy (ATP)from lactose . The byproduct of ATP production is lactic acid . Lactic acid act on the globular proteins present in the milk and denatures them.

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