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Bioterror: The green menace

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Huanglongbing, a disease that could devastate the US citrus industry, pits national security against plant pathologists looking to battle natural outbreaks, Ewen Callaway reports.

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Ewen Callaway is a science journalist in Washington DC. See Editorial, page 127 .

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Callaway, E. Bioterror: The green menace. Nature 452, 148–150 (2008).

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