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EBNESINA 2010, 12(4): 31-37 Back to browse issues page
Biological warfare
B Khosravi
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Biological warfare date as far back as many long years, in World War I, Germany and during Second World War Japan and the Alies Forces used these weapons to confront their enemies. Bacillus anthracis and many enterobacteriaceae (eg. Shigella Species) were used more than other microorganisms, in last years. Different Cults have used biological weapons to cause public and widespread fear and panic. Generally Pathogens divided into three Categories A, B and C. Each microorganism which belongs to these categories has their own specific pathogenicities. Also, these weapons have vastly developed in many Countries Such as Iraq, recently. So many studied and researched microorganisms were put and fixed in many bombs, Scud missiles and rockets. Agents were used mainly were Bacillus anthracis and Smallpox because of standing out as potential major problems. Likewise, the world health organization has estimated the number of Casualties that might be produced by a hypothetical biologic warfare attack, whereas, in recent years, major effects ware implement to deal with possible incidents involving weaponized biologic agents in bioterrorism.
Keywords: Biologic warfare, Bioterrorism, Microorganism
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2012/03/6 | Accepted: 2014/06/3 | Published: 2014/06/3
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Khosravi B. Biological warfare. EBNESINA. 2010; 12 (4) :31-37
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