Learn New Words - 34

ransomware noun malware that demands that you make a payment to switch it off
We recently encountered some newly created domains that were used to serve ransomware with characteristics quite consistent with the previously reported attack.
[http://blog.trendmicro.com 25.01.11] 

in-app adjective refers to services and features (e.g. purchasing, advertising) available from within an application
Because they don’t get access to information about who is buying via Apple’s in-app purchasing, they simply can’t offer the same deal through Apple’s system.
[www.guardian.co.uk 18.02.2011] 

breathprint noun the different smells on a person’s breath (not always detectable by the human nose) that may signify serious illness, for example, cancer
Those chemicals are generated within the body by our normal metabolic processes, and when those go wrong, as they do when we are ill, our breath profile – or ‘breathprint’ – changes.
[The Guardian (UK broadsheet) 1 February 2011] 

donorless adjective describes blood products that are manufactured artificially rather than being donated directly by people
Scientists have produced blood platelets from human embryonic stem cells and have shown for the first time that these ‘donor-less’ platelets can repair damaged tissues in laboratory mice.
[The Independent (UK broadsheet) 12 January 2011] 

biosynergy noun the theory that the various parts of a fruit or vegetable, when consumed together, provide greater nutritional benefits than those conferred by eating merely the flesh
Now we come to something a little more contentious: today’s buzzword is biosynergy, the theory that each part of a fruit or vegetable combines with the other parts to reinforce its nutritional benefits.
[The Guardian (UK broadsheet) 1 January 2011]

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