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Journal of Biodiversity & Endangered Species

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Biological Warfare Impact Factor

Biological warfare is otherwise called germ fighting which is the utilization of natural poisons or irresistible operators, for example, microscopic organisms, infections, bugs, and growths with the goal to slaughter or weaken people, creatures or plants as a demonstration of war. An instances of natural fighting include: Bacteria the single-cell life forms that cause sicknesses, for example, Bacillus anthracis, brucellosis, tularemia, and plague, Typhus and Q fever are instances of ailments brought about by rickettsia living beings. Biological warfare impact factor clarifies the ideas of organic fighting and its conditions of advancement, its use, and the endeavors to control its expansion from the beginning of time.

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