Antibiotics Part 2
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How can bacteria become more resistant to antibiotics over time?
Bacteria changes in some way that reduces or eliminates the effectiveness of drugs, chemicals, or other agents designed to cure or prevent infections.
The peppered moths, for example, had to adapt to their environment because it was either life or death for the species. If the peppered moths didn’t changetheir colors to the color of the forests, the peppered moths would go extinct since they would be exposed to predators and they would be wiped out very easily. The genes would be passed down over time to adapt.
A non-bacteria example
The Survival of organisms that are better fit in a changing enviroment: A species that is "fit" for an environment means that the species with the genes traits that are apted for the environment they are in, they are able to reproduce and survive.
Heritable Genetic Variation: When two species reproduce, they pass on their genes to their offspring and the offspring inherit the genetics. If both parents have the same favorable traits then the chance that the offspring gets that trait is very likely and will have that gene and pass it down to their offspring.
Bacteria goes through a mutation which