I’ve referred Nocturnal to several grad students in my department (Chem & Biochem) and wonder if any of them have or will notice that. Personally, I’d chalked it up to a pronunciation difference and really didn’t think much more of it, but then I’m not writing a dissertation (or book) on the subject of genetics.
I thought it was one of your americanisms. I know how you like to leave letters out of things. Color instead of colour. Aluminum instead of aluminium.
As you see, he’s busy doing field research… just not in the area of bio. How do we get him in a bio class? Anybody willing to tutor him?
damn, sigler (DAMN YOU), did you actually do research for this??
It’s all about the Numbers, my friends
The Math god
Sorry to be a squeaky wheel, but there’s still a prominent bio error cropping up. A chromosome spread is a “karyotype”, not a “karotype.” Karyotype is from the Greek karyon, referring to the nucleus. A karo-type would be, I suspect, an assay of corn syrup.
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