Antibiotics work by weakening the cells walls of bacteria and causing them to burst. However, this only works for some bacteria, so antibiotics cannot destroy all bacteria.
Theoretically antibiotics kill bacteria. However not all antibiotics kill all bacteria - you have to match the right antibiotic to the right bacteria.
Antibiotics can kill bacteria
They kill bacteria. They do not kill viruses.
No. Antibiotics kill bacteria.
Antibiotics kill bacteria.
Drugs that can kill bacteria are called 'antibiotics'.
Because bacteria and viruses are two completely different things. Antibiotics - as their name implies - will kill bacteria, but antibiotics simply have no effect on viruses.
Antibiotics kill bacteria before the bacteria enter your body and disinfectants kill bacteria before they enter your body
antibiotics kill bacteria by penicillin that works by weakening the cell walls of some bacteria and causing the cells to burst
No. Antivirals work to limit the reproduction of viruses, and antibiotics work to kill bacteria. Antivirals do not kill bacteria, and antibiotics do not kill viruses.
The types of drugs that can kill bacteria are called 'antibiotics'.
because antibiotics Kill BACTERIA only and cant kill viruses. Viruses are different pathogens.
Antibiotics kill bacteria but not viruses.
Bactericidal antibiotics kill bacteria. Bacteriostatic antibiotics limit or slows the growth of bacteria.
They Kill Bacteria
because antibiotics only kill bacteria, they cannot kill flu (a virus).