Activity 1.2.1Antibiotic TherapyINTRODUCTIONSpecificantibioticsare effective at preventing the growth of certain strains of bacteria. Theeffectiveness of antibiotics is dependent on the mechanism of action of the drug and the structureof the bacteria. For example, certain antibiotics are effective against Gram-negative bacteria;whereas, other antibiotics are effective against Gram-positive bacteria. Now that Sue Smith hasbeen diagnosed with aNeisseria menigitidisbacterial infection, her doctor needs toprescribe the correct antibiotic to treat her infection and save her life.In this activity, you will review bacterial structure, investigate various types of antibiotics andtheir mode of action against the bacteria they target, and suggest an antibiotic treatment for SueSmith.EQUIPMENTComputer with internet accessLaboratory journalColored pencilsProcedure1.Review the structure of a bacterial cell. Refer to Figure 1 and consultadditional websites if desired.