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The Scientist - Crossword Puzzle - February 5, 1996

1 It helps with the little things. 6 Compound ending in -ite or -ate 10 Parkinson's disease drug 11 Plant tissue wall substaince 12 Quick covering 13 Bio-, etymologically 14 Transfer living tissue 15 Computer screen 18 Monovalent hydrocarbon radical 20 Beam-shaped organ 22 Monosaccharide having five carbon atoms 24 Omega's opposite 25 Cell suffix 27 Nobelist Hahn 29 _____ cell (estrogen secreter) 30 Species' habitat 31 Plasm preceder 32 It includes the vermis 1 Skin tumor 2 Outermost membrane

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1 It helps with the little things. 6 Compound ending in -ite or -ate 10 Parkinson's disease drug 11 Plant tissue wall substaince 12 Quick covering 13 Bio-, etymologically 14 Transfer living tissue 15 Computer screen 18 Monovalent hydrocarbon radical 20 Beam-shaped organ 22 Monosaccharide having five carbon atoms 24 Omega's opposite 25 Cell suffix 27 Nobelist Hahn 29 _____ cell (estrogen secreter) 30 Species' habitat 31 Plasm preceder 32 It includes the vermis

1 Skin tumor 2 Outermost membrane surrounding a fetus 3 Down in the mouth? 4 Spherically shaped bacteria 5 Anatomically throbbing 7 Peculiar datum 8 Student's ____ (statistical procedure) 9 W 16 Its atomic number is 73 17 Skate, for one 18 Locate (a gene) on a chromosome 19 Middle germ layer 21 See 14 across 23 Isomer adjective 24 Pond scum 25 Reproduce asexually 26 Smallest smidgen 28 Patella protectee

Eric Albert Editor's Note: Auburndale, Mass.-based Eric...

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