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Weli am, al-blushi aam and hossain ma (2015) evaluation of antioxidant and antimicrobial potential of different leaves crude extracts of omani ficus carica against food borne pathogenic bacteria asian pacific journal of tropical disease 5, 13-16. Why is antimicrobial resistance an ethical issue amr is more than a problem that arises as a result of the complications of treating infectious diseases it is a complex, multifaceted global challenge that affects the environment, human and animal health, agriculture and the economy. Sci 162 week 7 individual foodborne illness short answer questions 0 sold biology-homework-help / ecology and environmental science kaplan university / sci 162 18 apr 2016.