By Eric Albert
|1||Forebrain site where retinal nerves cross.|
|11||It has an outer cortex and a central medulla|
|12||_____ syndrome (monosomy X)|
|20||Phototopic vision mediator|
|21||Bacterial surface appendages|
|22||Thirteen feet of the small intestine|
|25||Element named after Scandanavia|
|27||Phyicist who developed the atomic theory of matter|
|30||Compound used in treating rheumatic fever|
|31||It has an outer cortex and a central medulla|
|3||Five percent of the Earth's crust, by weight|
|6||Bacteria on which penicillin was first used, for short|
|7||Salivary ___ (digestive enzyme)|
|8||_____CoA (Krebs cycle compound)|
|9||Element present in the protoplasm of all living matter|
|13||Thymine, in RNA|
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