Resistance through drug inactivation
I never shut up about antibiotic resistance. And it was nice to use Hecktor again. He is actually older than Kitty, he was originally from a lab report I made years ago. Of course I’m using the trusty Reygaert (2018) for my source on antibiotic…
‘”Chemical” is not a dirty word. “ew, that food is full of chemicals”. Yes, of course it is, and so are you 🙂 Seriously, you’re just full of it. ReAgent wrote a nice and short article about this, have a look: https://www.reagent.co.uk/what-exactly-is-a-chemical/ (last accessed 11.06.2021)
Yiha, hot stuff. Check out more: https://www.wired.com/2015/02/absurd-creature-of-the-week-scaly-foot-snail/ (last accessed 01.06.2021) I have actually finished drawing some more facts, so exclusive stuff will come in the somewhat near future, but I had to finish this one first, because it is instagram-posting-day.
https://www.nationalgeographic.co.uk/animals/2018/02/black-panther-may-not-be-what-you-think (last accessed 28.05.21) And yes, I’m aware that kitty in no way is a big cat, or even actually a cat, but hey, cosplay is cool. And I really wanted to mix it up a bit, it was fun to draw her in black.
Pathogenicity vs virulence
This is of course easy to check in the dictionary: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/virulence https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pathogenicity But I feel it is easier to explain these two together, and of course with an illustration 🙂 If you want to read a bit more about pathogenicity and virulence, check out Wikipedia….