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THE BIO-ILLOGICAL DICTIONARY. April 3, 2009

Filed under: Biology,fun sarcastic,humor — poonish @ 3:03 am

A -Amnesia : (noun) It refers to frequent loss of memory encountered while writing an exam. πŸ˜€

B- Boiling point : (noun) The highest temperature of anger reached by parents on seeing the state o the house as kept by their children.*(past experience of boiling points have not been good!) 😦

C- Capillary action : (noun) The mechanism of steady flow of water from the bathroom floor towards the door mat thus causing a perfectly good and new cloth door mat to spoil and be used as a rag thenceforth. 😦

D- Diversity : (noun) The place or city made up of people who are all divers. πŸ˜€

E- Ecosystem : ( noun) The system in which every sound is made to echo all the time. πŸ˜›

F- Fluid mosaic model : The concept of fluids tending to run indiscriminately on just cleaned mosaic surfaces, thus making it harder to keep a home neat and clean.

G- Gravitational force : (noun) The physical force that causes one to drop things. *(any glassware broken aint no mistake of mine).

H- Heredity : (noun) The phenomenon which is the root cause of all flaws and evils in an organism passing from one generation onto the next. *( my children will be terribly evil… beware!) πŸ˜‰

I- Immunity : (noun) A social group of any size whose members are immune to any kind of taunts, disgrace etc.

J- Jumping genes: (noun) The act of jeans jumping from the clothesline onto the floor below.

K- Karyotyping : ( noun) The art of typing while karaoke is going on in the background. πŸ˜›

L- Leucocyte : (noun) This signifies those land sites which are white in colour.

M- Molar extinction coefficient : (noun) The coefficient which gives the estimate of time left for one’s molars to go into extinction. Simply put this coefficient tells you how much time left before one has to put on dentures.:D

N- Nanotechnology: (noun) The technology which involves various techniques of saying no to people. An art on its own. The word finds its origin in english and hindi words for NO ie., “na” in hindi and “no” in english.

The words for O-Z will be available in the next part! Until then go look up for the proper meanings of the above words! πŸ˜€

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