Copyrightº 1996 by Eric Albert
|1||Glycolysis end product|
|5||Complex heterocyclic ketone|
|11||Of a chemical compound containing carbon|
|13||Gland that releases oxytocin|
|16||Any of a class of spherically shaped carbon molecules|
|17||Protist's locomotion features|
|20||Synthesis of more complex substances from simpler ones|
|23||Responding to stimuli|
|25||____ of Henle (kidney piece)|
|29||Serve as a stimulus|
|30||____ fragments (DNA substrands)|
|31||Hairy, breast-feeding vertebrate|
|32||Form of a gene that most commonly occurs in nature|
|2||Its lack leads to blindness|
|6||Its lack leads to blindness|
|7||Situated on the belly|
|9||Small, rounded lump|
|14||Basic physical unit of heredity|
|19||Rare metallic element|
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