[ UK /bæktˈi‍əɹɪəlˈɒd‍ʒɪkə‍l/ ]
  1. of or relating to bacteriology
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How To Use bacteriological In A Sentence

  • That is exactly why there were no nuclear or bacteriological weapons there.
  • Think, for instance, of planning an air attack on civilians or the use of such prohibited arms as chemical or bacteriological weapons, or the indiscriminate killing of civilians as part of a widespread or systematic attack on civilians.
  • A specimen of the fluid was used for bacteriological studies including microscopy and culture on plates for aerobic and anaerobic bacteria.
  • This document also called attention to the ‘terrible predicament’ human beings face as a consequence of development of weapons of mass destruction such as atomic bombs and bacteriological warfare.
  • Representatives of the French shellfish industry acknowledged the quality of the Irish bacteriological and biotoxin monitoring system and were reported to have concluded that they were at a high level.
  • Unit 731, an infamous medical team set up by the Japanese army in the suburbs of Harbin in northeastern China's Heilongjiang Province in 1936, developed bacteriological weapons by conducting experiments on prisoners of war.
  • The action takes place in a small town after it is contaminated by a bacteriological weapon, though the real trouble begins when martial law is imposed.
  • All they do is to snip a bit of skin from the suspect and subject it to the bacteriological test. Good-bye, Jack
  • In one amazing section, he accuses UN forces of using bacteriological warfare in the form of ‘three different kinds of insects.’
  • Presence of small amounts of human and animal faeces, which is one of the important indicator for bacteriological contamination was found in many of the samples. Undefined
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