By Eric Albert
|1||Element named after the moon|
|5||Best metal conductor of heat|
|9||Experimental subject, often|
|12||Able to survive outside the uterus|
|13||Abnormal respiratory behavior|
|14||"Bad" kind of cholesterol; abbr.|
|17||It allows for movement between the femur and tibia|
|21||Dissolve the maximum amount in a solution|
|24||Where babies come from|
|26||Communicate a pathogen to|
|29||Ceramic, for one|
|34||Mutation in which a nucleotide pair is lost|
|3||Abnormal grwoth of tissue|
|4||Fish : ammonia :: mammal: ?|
|6||Upper part of an arch|
|7||Degree of pathogenicity|
|8||"I have a dream" state|
|16||Solution-strength determining process|
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