What are two antibiotics produced by bacteria?
Polymixin B and Bacitracin are the two antibiotics that are derived from the bacteria.
streptomycin is produced from streptomyces species which it characterised by filamentous shape
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 are the chemicals produced by microorganisms to inhibit the growth of other microorganisms. most of the antibiotics are produced by fungi. Very few are produces by bacteria. For example the antibiotics Monobactum, Bacitracin and Polymixin B are produced by bacteria. They almost all act against other bacteria and not viruses. ( Amphotericin B acts against fungi and is too toxic.) In fact you do not have good drugs against viruses and then you conveniently… Read More
You want to talk about antibiotics. By definition it is the substance produced by microorganisms to inhibit the growth of other microorganisms. Most of such chemicals are produced by fungi. Only few like bacitracin are produced by bacteria.
Antibiotics will do this. They can actually reduce, keep others far from them or kill other bacteria.
More than half of our antibiotics are produced by species of streptomyces, filamentous bacteria that commonly inhibit soil.
when two different antibiotics are taken simultaneously againt multi bacterial infections cross resistance in the bacteria results
If bacteria are susceptible to antibiotics, exposure to antibiotics will lead to the death or weakening of the bacteria.
Some bacteria, most notably species in the genus Streptomyces and Actinomycetes produce antibiotics as secondary metabolites. Aside from bacteria, some fungi such as Penicillium produce antibiotics as well. Scientists were then able to purify the antibiotics produced from the microbes for clinical purposes.
Because antibiotics are designed (by nature) to effect bacteria. And bacteria and virsus are two very different things.
Theoretically antibiotics kill bacteria. However not all antibiotics kill all bacteria - you have to match the right antibiotic to the right bacteria.
Bacteria are affected by antibiotics, that is the purpose of them.
That means you want to know about the antibiotics. By definition the antibiotics are chemical substances produced by one type of micro organisms to inhibit the growth of other types of micro organisms. They can work in high dilution. Most of the antibiotics are produced by the fungi. Only few in clinical practice are produced by the bacteria. Few of them are used to prevent the diseases. Most are used to treat the diseases. By… Read More
Antiseptics, antibacterial agents, and antibiotics.
How do you interpret the results when you apply two different antibiotics to two bacteria samples and they grew at the same pace?
If you apply two different antibiotics to two bacteria samples and they grew at the same pace, those antibiotics are equally effective or ineffective. Depending on the rate of growth, they may be unsuitable for use in treating an infection with that bacterium.
"Bacterial cross-resistance happens when the two antibiotics that are being taken have very similar actions"
Antibiotics only work on bacteria.
Some bacteria and fungi are used in antibiotics
The bacteria will become immune to the antibiotics.
Antibiotics, it was first dicovered in the from of penicillin as they come from the fungi penicillum.
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.
No, bacteria are eliminated by antibiotics thus the name. nope, they aren't bacteria therefore antibiotics will have no effect on them
No it doesn't. Antibiotics actually can cure some bacteria, but not all.
Bacteria is represented as both fungi and antibiotics. Fungi produce antibiotics to compete and overpower the bacteria present in the dead matter that encloses them.
Antibiotics are chemicals that destroy BACTERIA and ony bacteria. Cancer is not caused by bacteria. Therefore antibiotics can not be used to cure cancer.
Bacteria are used for making antibiotics, vaccines and medically useful enzymes.
Bactericidal antibiotics kill bacteria. Bacteriostatic antibiotics limit or slows the growth of bacteria.
They only kill the harmful bacteria in our bodies, so the bacteria ones survive and create more antibiotics stronger bacteria.
Antibiotics can wipe out our body's beneficial bacteria.
Bacteria are treated with antibiotics and viruses are treated with antiviral medications.
Two antibiotics used as medicine to cure a variety of diseases caused by bacteria are Penicillin and Gentamicin. Both require a prescription from a physician.
No. Antibiotics kill bacteria.
Antibiotics kill bacteria.
Yes, that is the purpose of antibiotics.
The prime function of the antibiotic is to kill the bacteria. Antibiotics work in two ways. It either kills the bacteria or it prevents it. Bacteria usually multiply in the body and they have single cell. Antibiotics does not attack the cell in the body, it only attacks the virus or bacteria and destroys it. An antibiotic has the capability of changing glucose into energy. It also forms a wall to prevent the virus from… Read More
No, antibiotics will not even treat a cold because a cold is caused by a virus and not bacteria. Antibiotics are only effective on bacteria. Viruses cannot be 'killed' with antibiotics, and taking antibiotics will only help you kill off bacteria in your stomach and make you have diarrhea.
antibiotics are only affective against bacteria, and a virus is different then bacteria
Antibiotics trigger a protective response by bacteria to form biofilms. Bacteria within a biofilm are thousands of times less susceptible to antibiotics than planktonic bacteria
No, antibiotics are produced to fight against pathogenic bacteria, Vaccines use dead bacteria to stimulate the immune system to fight against and/or to prevent many diseases. Antibiotics are developed using synthetic basis, or from fungus, like penicilin for example.
Bacteria are becoming more resistant to the antibiotics and new, stronger antibiotics need to be developed to fight these bacteria.
Germs. People give germs. Animals give germs. There are two types; bacteria, and a virus. Bacteria you can get antibiotics for and viruses you can't.
becomes resistant to antibiotics mostly by the misuse of antibiotics
medicine + bacteria= antibiotics
Antibiotics are generally non-discriminatory. They kill all bacteria-harmful and helpful.
Yes, over use of antibiotics can cause bacteria to become resistant.
yes you can. You see cholera is a type of bacteria and that means if anything is a bacteria then antibiotics can treat it!
bacterial evolution leads to bacteria that is resistant to antibiotics
Certain types of antibiotics will kill certain types of bacteria.