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Ciliates

Paramecium: ciliate example What they are - biological definition Ciliates are protozoa that move through the movement of cilia. In some ciliate species, eyelashes are also used for food intake. These living things belong to the phylum Ciliophora. They can live in water or as parasites on the inner body of animals.
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13.4D: Effects of Drug Combinations - Biology

Antimicrobial drugs can interact with other drugs in deleterious ways or can be used in combination to combat microbial infections.Learning ObjectivesGive examples of interactions that can render an antimicrobial ineffectiveKey PointsThe interaction between one antimicrobial agent and another is very complex, along with the way they target microbes and the organism.
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