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Caption: Antibiotic Resistance. When a population of bacteria is subjected to an antibiotic, many bacteria are killed, but a few may have the ability to evade death. If so, this ability can be passed to later generations. This sequence illustrates the phenomenon of antibiotic resistance - those bacteria that are not killed by a first wave of antibiotic continue dividing and are unaffected by later doses of the drug.

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Keywords: animated, animation, antibiotic, bacteria, bacterial, bacterium, cell, cga, graphic, microbiology, microorganism, microscopic, prokaryote, prokaryotic, resistance, resistant, science, scientific

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Antibiotic Resistance

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