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

(a) mesosomes

(b) holdfast

(c) rhizoids

(d) fimbriae.
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Answer (d) Fimbriae.

Solution: Fimbriae are involved in attaching bacteria to solid surfaces (e.g., rock in water body) or host tissues (e.g., urinary tract in Neisseria gonorrhoeae).
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