écrit le: 14 novembre 2011 par admin
antibiotic (noun) A chemical developed by the organization in order to destroy another. This phenomenon is traditionally called antibiosis, as opposed to symbiosis. More specifically, a type of antibiotic is a chemotherapeutic agent that has a toxic effect on certain types of micro-organisms producing disease without posing danger to anyone. Some of these chemotherapeutic agents are produced by the body, others are manufactured in the laboratory: for example, quinine is made to protect against malaria. It is also known manufacture of synthetic antibiotics such as penicillin.
Meaning and uses
An antibiotic (from Greek anti ‘against’ and bios, ‘life’) is a substance that has a specific action of blocking or even destruction of bacteria. …
Drug that can be natural or artificial and whose action is to kill germs foreign to a living body
Any chemical that can prevent the development of micro-organisms.
Penicillin is an antibiotic, a liquid secreted by a fungus that kills germs and prevents them from reproducing. 1928: discovery by Alexander Fleming (Nobel Prize 1945). 1938: use on animals and men by Howard Florey (Nobel Prize 1945. …
substance of biological origin, semisynthetic or synthetic, having a targeted effect on micro-organisms (mainly bacteria), used to treat bacterial infections. …
Natural substance (produced mainly by the lower fungi and some bacteria) or synthetic, having the property to prevent the growth of micro-organisms or destroy them.
drug used to treat bacterial infections.
Substance or drug that can kill bacteria (antibiotic bactericidal) or inhibit their growth (bacteriostatic antibiotic).
Who oppose the development of certain organisms.
Chemical nature or synthesized in the laboratory which has a destructive power on certain micro-organisms, bacteria in this case.
In a broad sense, an antibiotic is a chemical of natural origin (penicillin G), semi-synthetic (cephalosporin second to fourth generation) or synthetic (sulfonylurea), which has a specific antibacterial activity. …
substance of microbial origin or synthesis, in very small quantities, exerts an antimicrobial action
Substance that kills bacteria or prevents their multiplication.