I'm taking my module 1 GCSE biology on monday (AQA) and i wondering how you were supposed to answer a question that asked you: How do bacteria become resistant to antibiotics? because i always get really low marks on this question :( somebody help! please :)
because mutation occurs in their genes very quickly and as a result they produce or make new antigens which becomes resistant to the antibiotic given
moreso when a person doesn't finish a course of antibiotic it gives room for the bacteria to mutate quickly.I THINK TO GET A GOOD GRADE YOU ALSO NEED TO INCLUDE SOME SCIENTIFIC WORDS LIKE:ANTIGENS,MUTATION,GENES etc
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