1. Why does bacteria become resistant?
- Due to variation in bacteria colonies, due to this some are resistant naturally to antibiotics causing certain bacteria to survive against antibiotics and then reproduce to make a popuation of resistant bacteria
- They develop a hard shell made of calcium carbonate
- Tough cell walls
- DNA undergos mutations
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2. Give an example of a Vector that causes malaria
3. What is a Pathogen?
- A symptom of cystic fibrosis
- A microorganisms that cause infectious diseases
- A species of Mosquitoes
- A type of Medicine
4. What is an Antiseptic?
- How bacteria becomes resistant to medicine
- A chemical substance that kills microorganisms outside of the body
- A method of passing pathogens between cattle
- A chemical substance that prevent pathogens from causing damage inside of the body
5. What is a Vector?
- A type of Fungi
- An animal that passes pathogens between people
- A coordinate on a map
- A method of pathogen transfer that invloves particles travelling on particles of air