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By changing their shape, some bacteria can grow more resilient to antibiotics
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By changing their shape, some bacteria can grow more resilient to antibiotics

By changing their shape, some bacteria can grow more resilient to antibioticsNew research led by Carnegie Mellon University Assistant Professor of Physics Shiladitya Banerjee demonstrates how certain types of bacteria can adapt to long-term exposure to antibiotics by changing their shape. The work was published this month in the journal Nature Physics. Adaptation is a fundamental biological process driving organisms to change their traits and behavior to better fit their environment, whether it be the famed diversity of finches observed by pioneering biologist Charles Darwin or the many varieties of bacteria that humans coexist with. While antibiotics have long helped people prevent and cure bacterial infections, many species of bacteria have increasingly been able to adapt to resist antib...
12th Physics VVI Questions All Chapter ( Board Exai)
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12th Physics VVI Questions All Chapter ( Board Exai)

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How is human behavior impacting wildlife movement?
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How is human behavior impacting wildlife movement?

How is human behavior impacting wildlife movement?For species to survive in the wild, maintaining connectivity between populations is critical. Without 'wildlife corridors', groups of animals are isolated, unable to breed and may die out. In assessing wildlife connectivity, many aspects of the landscape are measured, but the impact of human behaviour has largely been overlooked. Now, an international team led by the University of Göttingen and Humboldt University Berlin, introduce the concept of 'anthropogenic resistance', which should be studied to ensure sustainable landscapes for wildlife and people for the future. Their perspective article was published in the journal One Earth. Landscapes around the world are increasingly affected by rapid urbanization, deforestation and similar devel...
27 MAGNETIC EXPERIMENTS TO BLOW YOUR MIND
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27 MAGNETIC EXPERIMENTS TO BLOW YOUR MIND

27 MAGNETIC EXPERIMENTS TO BLOW YOUR MIND A magnet is a body that has a magnetic field. In nature, magnets are found in the form of pieces of stone - magnetic iron ore (magnetite). It is very similar to iron ore and is characterized in that it can attract other similar stones. The properties of magnets are widely used in technology and in everyday life. Magnets lift heavy loads in factories, magnetic devices are used in hospitals for treatment and diagnosis, magnets help people navigate in space, with the help of neodymium magnets is audible sound in the handset and the dynamics of the tape recorder and TV, information in the computer and on plastic cards are recorded using magnetization. The properties of magnets often seem almost magic. But they can be used not o...