Manumala noxhydria

The Face-hugger, Manumala noxhydria Etymology Manu = hand, in Latin | Mala = Bad or jawbone, from malum = evil or wrongdoing Nox = night, in Latin. NOx is also short for Nitric Oxide, an important gaseous signalling molecule and a bi-product in almost all organisms. | Hydria = A type of Greek/Roman water jug … Continue reading Manumala noxhydria

Plagiarus praepotens

Image: Bacteriaphage, acts like the plagiarus praepotens because of the way it takes the DNA from the host to reproduce. https://youtu.be/YI3tsmFsrOg Chemical A0-3959X.91 – 15, Plagiarus Praepotens Etymology Plagiarus= thief, in Latin | Praepotens= prae- +‎ potēns = before mighty, in latin Plagiarus = from Latin plagiarius "kidnapper, seducer, plunderer, one who kidnaps the child or slave … Continue reading Plagiarus praepotens