Short for "coxswain", the person who steers the boat.
or coxswain: See above – the person who steers and calls out commands, either sitting in a small seat in the stern or laying down into the bow of the boat. “To cox” is to act as a coxswain.
The person resonsible for steering the boat and directing the rowers. Typically a person who is light but has a strong voice.
Someone who is small and loud when sitting in a boat, but is small and quiet when called to the Race Desk post- carnage.
either of two related enzymes that control the production of prostaglandins and are blocked by aspirin
Cyclooxygenase enzyme (Cyclooxygenase enzyme, subtype 2).
Abbreviation for the enzyme cyclooxygenase; the molecular target of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
Short form of cyclooxygenase. An enzyme or helper chemical in the cascade of biological reactions leading to the formation of prostaglandins, which cause both pain and inflammation.