The Evolution of 'Superbugs' and Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria
By: Marco Hernandez & Andrea Vasquez
During the Early 1900s, antibiotics were invented to kill Bacteria
However over time, the bacteria became resistant to the antibiotics and became known as 'Superbugs'
which are resistant to antibiotics
Superbugs are bacteria
due to a random mutation
As we constantly recieve antibiotics to fight bacteria, an alteration occurs in their genes, which is called a random mutation. This mutation gives resistance to the antibiotics.
The effects can destroy the white cells that help fight off illness in the body
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If the cells are destroyed then this will lead to illness and death
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