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CLA201 Lesson 14 - Bioscientific Terms from Classical Mythology.pdf

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Department
Classics
Course
CLA201H5
Professor
Lisa Trentin
Semester
Summer

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Lesson 14 - Bioscientific Terms from Classical Mythology May-19-13 10:12 PM Mythologicalassociation Scientific meaning Hydra A persistent evil, one difficult to A genus of freshwater polyps eradicate Ammonia The temple of Zeus Ammon Alkaline compound of nitrogen and hydrogen Aphrodisiac Aphrodite, goddess of love and Substance which excited sexual desire beauty Hermaphrod Hermaphroditus, who became joined Having both male and female reproductive ite in one body with a nymph organs Narcissism Narcissus, who fell in love with his Self-love;in psychiatry, fixation of libido on reflection in a pond one's own body Palinuridae Palinurus, Aeneas's pilot Family of decapod crustac
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