antibiotics dont kill viruses
Antibiotics cannot kill viruses. The common cold is caused by Rhinovirus, which is a virus if you couldn't tell by the name. Since rhinovirus is a virus, antibiotics cannot remove the virus from the system.
Antibiotic resistance is a real but gradual process
Explanation: Usually, antibiotics primarily address various targets: pathogen, sites of pathogenic attack, or nearby white blood cells etc. These remedial action occurs at the molecular and cellular level. Invivo, antibiotics are metabolized (chemically broken down) to yield a smaller and active form that attaches to the pathogen's cell wall and breaks it down to gain entry into its nuclear material (DNA) inhibiting an important nitrogenous base from pairing accurately, when this happens, DNA replication in the pathogen is disrupted.
Then, pathogen tends to undergo point mutations (change of a base to another) in order to evade tailored-made antibiotics, but could be vulnerable to broad spectrum antibiotics.
So, nature permits only the pathogens that could reverse its genome and morphology by point mutations and structural changes respectively - resulting in antibiotic resistance as you already mentioned
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C as colds are caused by rhino virus
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Colds are caused by viruses.
Excess amount of consuming antibiotics may lead to side effects in health.
Antibiotics are antimicrobial substance which is activated against certain bacteria.
Antibiotics are used against foreign substance or bacteria or any other pathogen but these are useless against viral infections,fungal infection etc.
Intake of high amount of antibiotics may create certain health issues like-Diarrhea with watery reactionItching with discharge.white patches on tongue.shortness of breathing.Nausea,loss appetite,indigestion.Stomach cramping,painfeeling of fullness.
The answer is Option D.
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I think the answered is taking medication as perscribed
because all the other options involve taking a high amount of antibiotics and I assume that would make you build immunity to it eventually
hope this helped tell me if I was correct pls ;)
the answer is option D.
Anti-infection agents are drugs used to avoid and treat bacterial contamination. Anti-microbial obstruction happens when microscopic organisms change because of the utilization of these medication. Microbes, not people or creatures, end up anti-infection resistant.Antibiotic obstruction happens when microorganisms change somehow that diminishes or disposes of the viability of medications, synthetic compounds, or different specialists intended to fix or avert contamination. The microbes survive and keep on increasing causing more damage. Microscopic organisms can do this through a few systems.
a. colds are caused by antibiotics...