biowarfare

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bi·o·war·fare

(bī'ō-wōr'fār)
1. The use of living organisms (e.g., bacteria, viruses, or fungi) or their products (e.g., toxins) in warfare.
2. A common but incorrect designation for the use of chemical or radiologic agents in warfare.