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Regarding the example of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in section 24.4 of the text, why did the ates of infection by the tuberculosis bacterium increase...

Regarding the example of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in section 24.4 of the text, why did the ates of infection by the tuberculosis bacterium increase dramatically in the 1980's?
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Correct option is: 2) Because of a mutation in the Mycobacteria changed the shapes of their RNA polymerase enzymes. Explanation In fact, microbes may frequently develop resistance against...

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