penicillin destroys the cell wall on prokaryotic cells
no effects on animal cells since they don't have a cell wall but might have an effect on plant cells
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its the control of your experiment so it has no effect.
When the nucleus of a cell was removed the cell continued functioning as if nothing had been done to it. The only effect was that the cell could not reproduce. See Bruce Lipton in the Biology of Belief.AnswerThe Nucleus. Dnt put your feet in a toiletbowl or the doodoo monster will get you!
They both effect the brain.
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1945 was awarded jointly to Sir Alexander Fleming, Ernst Boris Chain and Sir Howard Walter Florey for the discovery of penicillin and its curative effect in various infectious diseases.
effect of penicillin and blood pressure medicine
No. Penicillin will have no effect at all on a viral infection.
I think it may vary person to person, but a headache is a side effect for me when I am on Penicillin
No, penicillin does not have a negative effect on the urine canal.
Drinking alcohol can reduce the theraputic effectiveness of an antibiotic such as penicillin.
What is the effect of penicillinase and penicillin acylase on the drug.
No. An antibiotic does not normally have any effect similar to that of barbituates (which are depressants).
Mitosis cells are identical (but smaller) daughter cells made by replicating and dividing the original chromosomes, in effect making a cellular xerox.
I would talk with your doctor, but my Grandma could not!No, amoxicillin is an antibiotic in the penicillin category. You'll have the same "allergic" effect than if you were taking penicillin V, as an example.
Yes, penicillin prevents the formation of new bacterial cell wall. If a bacteria reproduces, new cell wall cannot be produced and the cell lyses and dies. However penicillin has no effect on a quiescent (non-reproducing) bacteria. Therefore penicillin is also called a bacteriostatic agent (prevents growth of bacteria), which means penicillin does stop bacteria from reproducing.