Definition of Bacteriological warfare

1. Noun. The use of harmful bacteria as a weapon.




Medical Definition of Bacteriological warfare

1. Use of harmful bacteria by the military as weapons against the enemy. (09 Oct 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bacteriological Warfare

bacteriocinogens
bacteriocins
bacterioclasis
bacteriocyte
bacteriocytes
bacterioferritin
bacterioferritins
bacteriofluorescin
bacteriogenic
bacteriogenic agglutination
bacteriogenous
bacterioid
bacterioidal
bacteriologic
bacteriological
bacteriological warfare (current term)
bacteriologically
bacteriologies
bacteriologist
bacteriologists
bacteriology
bacteriolyses
bacteriolysin
bacteriolysis
bacteriolytic
bacteriolytic serum
bacteriolyze
bacteriome
bacteriomes
bacteriopexy

Literary usage of Bacteriological warfare

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1. Accounting for Pow/Mias from the Korean War and the Vietnam War: Hearing edited by Robert K. Dornan (1998)
"... I wrote the speech for Dr. Mayo on brainwashing when they accused us of bacteriological warfare Mr. DORNAN. For Doctor who? Colonel CORSO. ..."

2. Taking Off the Blindfold by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1994)
"... CHEMICAL AND bacteriological warfare (CAB) WEAPONS. Stanford Research is plugged into at least 200 smaller “think tanks” doing research into every facet ..."

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