Pesticide and Antibiotic Resistance

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Viral diseases, such as HIV, SARS, and Ebola strike fear in the hearts and minds of those who understand the nature of these illnesses. Every year, people throughout the world visit medical clinics to receive vaccinations to protect them from seasonal influenza, another kind of virus. How do these enemies evolve? What makes them especially dangerous?

For the Discussion, you learn about the evolving enemies known as pesticide and antibiotic resistance and propose a strategy for addressing one specific resistance example.

  • What the term resistance means
  • How resistance is related to natural selection
  • The impact that different forms of resistance may have on human health
  • You may consider your personal knowledge or experience regarding pesticide or antibiotic resistance. For example, you may be aware of a news story about a troublesome insect that is difficult to control with pesticides. Or, you may be aware of a friend or acquaintance that contracted an infection that did not respond well to antibiotics. You may draw upon your knowledge and experience to narrow your search for a topic for this Assignment.
  • Conduct additional research, focusing on either pesticide or antibiotic resistance. Choose one particular example of resistance to address in the Discussion. This week’s Optional Resources suggest websites where you could start your search.
  • Based on what you have learned about resistance and on the information you have gathered during your research, consider strategies that could address the resistance.

Post a proposal (at least two paragraphs long) for a strategy to address the antibiotic or pesticide resistance you selected. Your proposal should include the following:

  • A brief description of the resistance
  • A brief explanation of when and how the resistance occurred
  • A description of the impact of the resistance on human health
  • A strategy to address the impact of the resistance, including reasons why this strategy would be useful
  • References to at least two sources outside the Required Resources
  • All references cited in APA format

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/

http://www.sciencemag.org/

https://www.scientificamerican.com/

https://www.scientificamerican.com/

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Tutor.Leal
School: Rice University

Attached.

OUTLINE

1. INTRODUCTION
2. BODY
3. CONCLUSION
4. REFERENCES


Running Head: ANTIBIOTICS RESISTANCE

Pesticides and Antibiotics Resistance
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ANTIBIOTICS RESISTANCE

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Resistance
It refers to the natural aptitude of a customary organism to be unaffected by a venomous
agent within the surrounding. Alternatively, it is further explained as the way the body of a human
being or a bion can remain unchanged or unharmed by pathogens, virus, bacteria, or germs
(Karlsson, Kwiatkowski, & Sabeti, 2014).
The Relation between Resistance and Natural Selection
Upon taking an antibiotic to eliminate or kill a bacteria or virus disorder, which ordinarily
takes place. However, through a continuous application of the antibiotic, some bacteria become
resistant and they multiply as the ones who lack the condition diminish. It all explains why doctors
and other clinical caregivers usua...

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