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Combating Bio-Terrorism: With Special Reference to Anthrax Bacteria

 
S.P. Singh (Author)
Synopsis The tactical, strategic and ultimate objectives of the terrorist groups are achieved either by conventional or unconventional form of terrorism or violence. Terrorists or terrorist-outfits have now started shifting from conventional to mass destruction violence or unconventional form of terrorism, which includes the use of chemical, nuclear or/and biological weapons, the most heinous type of werfare. The perpetrators of violence seem to have assumed that conventional terrorism would be brought under substantial control in the foreseeable future through increased security and enforcement measures, that is why they probably are shifting to non-conventional form of terrorism. Biological form of terrorism or bio-terrorism uses living organisms to cause disease or death in man, plants or animals. Two most common examples of these agents are Bacillus anthracis and small pox virus. Anthrax is primarily a disease of animals, and man is only secondarily infected. It is caused by Bacillus anthracis, a Gram-positive, aerobic, spore-bearing, rod-shaped organism. The spores of anthrax bacteria are highly resistant to chemical and environmental influence and can survive for years in certain types of soils and animal products e.g. wool and hides. The cutaneous anthrax is more frequent form of the disease then the inhalation type. The given book will certainly prove to be an excellent endeavour towards handling Anthrax-terror which has not only hurt people physically but it has also "infected" the psyche of hapless or innocent citizens of the world.
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S.P. Singh

Dr. S.P. Singh, obtained degrees of B.Sc. (Hons.) Ag. & A.H. and M.Sc. (Ag.) Horticulture from G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar (UP) India in 1964 and 1970 respectively. In the same University, he conducted research and imparted technical know-how on seed production technology in cereal and vegetable crops to the progressive farmers of Tarai region of western U.P. He was awarded Senior Research Fellowship by CSIR, New Delhi leading to Ph.D. degree in Horticulture at National Botanical Reserch Institute, Lucknow under Kanpur University, Kanpur (UP) in 1974-78. He joined Konkar Krishi Vidyapeeth, Dapoli, Ditt. Ratnagiri (MS) as Assistant Professor in 1978 and worked in the cadre of Associate Professor from January 1979 to Nov. 1983 in the same University. Presently Dr. Singh is serving as Associate Professor of Horticulture at Gujarat Agricultural University, Junagadh Campups, Junagadh since December, 1983. Dr. Singh has published more than 50 research papers and 65 semi-research articles in Horticulture. Dr. Singh is a life member of the Indian Journal of Plant Science Research and Indian Farmers’ Digest His main areas of interests are floriculture, olericulture and plantation crops. He is author of three more books, viz. 1. Mist propagation, 2. The Gliricidia, 3. Scientific Management of Arecanut Gardens.

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Title Combating Bio-Terrorism: With Special Reference to Anthrax Bacteria
Author S.P. Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st. Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8175101555
length x+105p., Figs.