biological operation

biological operation

Employment of biological agents to produce casualties in personnel or animals or damage to plants. See also biological agent; biological threat.
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But we are going to show the biological operation that occurs when bears aggregate at a large source of high protein.
Parsel in A construction of structures was done to increase the time of concentration rate of 11% and the proper implementation of biological operations to the extent of 50% of the maintenance factor increases in the activities of the two type of basin irrigation caused reduction the amount of significant flood around 30% percent.
All insist Iraqi chemical and biological operations were shut down in the 1990s under the United Nations inspection regime.
It is clear that a pandemic contagious disease is an enormous threat to this country and the world," said Bill Huff, chief of the chemical and biological operations division at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
The Chief of Chemical has charged CBRN Soldiers with serving as technical experts in their field, which includes biological operations.
The hard part is getting the biological operations to perform the way you want them to.
Hernandez said county officials are in the planning stages of constructing a new biological operations annex to house corpses to replace the 30-year-old facility.
3--Implementation of biological operations along with the mechanical activities and development of vegetation are important factors in preventing the flow of runoff.
serving ultimately as Executive Director of Biological Operations, Merck Manufacturing Division, responsible for the bulk manufacture, testing, release and registration of all biological products sold.
6,726,880, "Electronic Devices for Performing Active Biological Operations and Method of Using Same," by the U.