This coupled with the occurrence of natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, etc., and pest problems, result in huge losses of food grains.
Such a shortage increases the world's hunger problem, where most of the inhabiting people of developing nations are unable to feed themselves everyday.
Also, targeted drugs have to be developed that halt the organism's internal processes, thereby rendering it unable to infect.
Technology has brought the world closer and improved the quality of life considerably.
These affect the natural fauna and flora of the marine ecosystem.
The smoke emissions from vehicles and industries cause air pollution, which in turn affects the health of animals and humans equally.Another way to overcome this problem, is to research and produce newer varieties of these food crops that are resistant and even repellent towards pest populations, while at the same time produce a very high yield with minimum care.Varieties of crops which produce food in more than one season, can also be produced.Actions that took extended periods of time, can now be carried out easily and within a short time.There is year round availability of goods in all parts of the world.An infection caused by such an organism is not only untreatable, but also proves to be fatal.To curb this evolution of "super-bugs", newer mechanisms and pathways have to be researched to prevent infections by these organisms.These explanations have given rise to further questions based on the origin and evolution of all biological species, which eventually leads to queries regarding the exact processes occurring within an organism that determine all aspects of its existence, including the impact it has on its environment.At present, the rising progress in science, medicine, and technology has made positive as well as negative impacts on the planet, as a whole.In humans, aging brings with it, body frailty, organ weakness, and mental decline.Research has shown that humans are born with a biological clock that regulates this process of aging.