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SOIL-BORNE VIRUSES OF CROP PLANTS—POTENTIAL AGENTS FOR BIOTERRORIST ATTACKS?

  • Thomas Kühne
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Abstract

According to a definition given by Madden and Wheels (2003) bioterrorism is the intentional use, by any human agent other than uniformed military personnel, of organisms (or their products) to cause harm(or death) to humans, animals, or plants.

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Mosaic Virus Sugar Beet Tobacco Rattle Virus Yellow Mosaic Virus Powdery Scab 
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