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Antibiotics have been used to treat bacterial ear infections in children. The bacteria are no longer affected by some of these antibiotics. What do you call this development in the bacteria? A. Resistance B. Coevolution C. Speciation D. Genetics
Antibiotics have been used to treat bacterial ear infections in children. The bacteria are no longer affected by some of these antibiotics. This development in the bacteria is called RESISTANCE. ]
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