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The Hot Zone Vocabulary

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Molly Dazey

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The Hot Zone Vocabulary
By: Jordan, Kandra, and Molly

Hemorrhage
Theology
The study of God and religious beliefs.
Pg. 75
"...for persons not inclined to theology, the blood on the walls may have served as a reminder of the nature of nature."
Marburg
An acute, often fatal form of hemorrhagic fever. it is caused by a filovirus in monkeys.

32- But it seems possible that in the years preceding the outbreak of Marburg virus in Germany, a hidden outbreak of the virus occurred on the slopes of Mount Elgon.
Carnage
Gangrene
Tissues in you r body dying.

Pg. 110- "Time is supposed to heal all things, but time opened an emotional gangrene in Jerry.
Pseudomonas
bacteria that can infect any tissue
Ex. Cancer
Ex. Pond water
Pg 140
Jahrling guessed that the flask had been wiped out by a common soil bacterium called pseudomonas.
Oblong
Necropsy
An escape of blood from a ruptured blood vessel.

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Page 14- "It's hemorrhage, and smells like a slaughterhouse.
Another term for autopsy.
Ex. Surgery/ collecting samples.
Pg 62
"Then they carried the hatbox to the necropsy room, shuffling slowly in their suits."
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Carnage- the killing of a large number of people.
295- We passed a sign that said: REDUCED ROAD CARNAGE--- DRIVE SAFELY.
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