By Eric Albert
|1||Pertaining to hidden blood|
|10||Prefix for quintillion|
|12||Type of acid used in making explosives and fertilizers|
|15||Secondary structure for a protein|
|18||Helper in polypeptide-chain building: abbr.|
|21||Structure appearing during cell division|
|23||Flat area of bone between the eyebrows|
|29||Thin, flat, horny plate|
|30||Polar amino acid: abbr.|
|33||French cave known for skeletal remains|
|1||Piece of "HTLV"|
|2||Prepare for microscope viewing|
|3||Kind of engineer|
|6||It means "dug up," etymologically|
|8||Enzyme involved in the viral-RNA copying process|
|16||Transmit to offspring|
|19||Beavers, rats, porcupines, et al.|
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