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Respond to the following prompts in your initial post: Is MRSA a eukaryotic or prokaryotic structure?

Respond to the following prompts in your initial post:

  1. Is MRSA a eukaryotic or prokaryotic structure? Support your answer with information you learned from this week's materials.
  2. Describe how Darwin's Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection can explain the spread of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms like MRSA.
  3. What are the future implications for human health as we continue to try to stay ahead of evolutionary processes? (Hint: Consider diagnoses of new illnesses, research and development of medicines, and biological factors like antibiotic resistance.)

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1.MRSA, or multidrug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus or methicillin-resistant  Staphylococcus aureus is prokaryote.It has... View the full answer

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