anonymous
  • anonymous
The bacterium Bacillus anthracis, which causes anthrax, has been developed as a biological warfare agent. Which one of its following abilities could have led to this?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I am currently studying micro and I believe it's the ability for it to produce endoscopes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Endoscopes have the ability to withstand extreme conditions and when these conditions are favorable, the spores germinate and produce a thriving colony of bacteria. Most of all, Bacillus anthracis is known for its ability to produce deadly toxins. Read more at http://anthrax.emedtv.com/bacillus-anthracis/bacillus-anthracis.html
anonymous
  • anonymous
I will ask my teacher tomorrow to make sure I was on the right track :)

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shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
Its because of the endospores it produces. Endospores survive harsh conditions and then germinate when the environment is suitable.
anonymous
  • anonymous
My teacher gave me a long explanation today about your question. We were correct in that the bacteria's ability to produce toxic endospores is what makes anthrax so dangerous to humans :)
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