By Eric Albert
|1||Cholesterol level increaser|
|10||Female sex hormone|
|11||It gives punch its punch|
|13||Resisting chemical change|
|20||Incremental change symbol|
|21||It grows about as third as fast as hair|
|25||Chemistry Nobelist of 1958 and 1980|
|26||Benign tumor of glandular origin|
|29||Polar amino acid|
|31||It's initially formed in the nephrons|
|32||28 Down, for example|
|2||Deciduous body part|
|3||The capybara is the largest living one|
|6||Increasing the fitness|
|8||Alternative form of a gene|
|16||Element used in solar cells|
|19||DNA or RNA link|
|23||Substance used to detect of measure another substance|
|24||Logically infer from the...|
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