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Question 1: However, technologists such as ________ have warned of the potential power which genetic engineering might place in the hands of future bio-terrorists.
Bill JoyUnixSun MicrosystemsBerkeley Software Distribution

Question 2: Food safety threats (e.g., ________ species, E coli O157:H7, Shigella, Staphylococcus aureus)

Question 3: This was noted in the ________, but medical advancements had not progressed far enough to prevent the consequences of a weapons use.
Late Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesMiddle Ages

Question 4: ________ (Coxiella burnetii)[30]
Q feverTularemiaBrucellosisRocky Mountain spotted fever

Question 5: ________ [31] toxin from Ricinus communis (castor beans)

Question 6: Until recently in the ________, most biological defense strategies have been geared to protecting soldiers on the battlefield rather than ordinary people in cities.
AlaskaCanadaPhilippinesUnited States

Question 7: One significant enhancement in biological weapon development was the first use of ________.
Pathogenic bacteriaICD-10 Chapter I: Certain infectious and parasitic diseasesAnthraxTuberculosis

Question 8: He used ________ working the docks in Baltimore to infect horses with glanders while they were waiting to be shipped to Britain.
Admiralty lawAffreightmentStevedoreInternational Maritime Organization

Question 9: [9] These programs continued until 1969, when by executive order President ________ shut down all programs related to American offensive use of biological weapons.
George H. W. BushRonald ReaganRichard NixonGerald Ford

Question 10: ________ tubes lined with antibodies coupled to light-emitting molecules (identification of specific pathogens, such as anthrax, botulinum, ricin)
GlassTransparency and translucencyOptical fiberOptics


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