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Crossword Clues D4 Across: The study of life D4 Down: a community of organisms that have the same climate F3 Down: a substance dissolved into a solvent (like water) H3 Down: a group of related invertebrates with a long, cylindrical body and no legs J4 Down: unicellular, eukaryotic microorganisms that belong to the Fungi kingdom J5 Across: The study of the relationships between organisms and their environments L5 Down: small, egg-like structures; the female reproductive cells in plants that produce seeds O5 Down: the smallest unit of hereditary information D7 Across: The process of asexual cell division, resulting in 2 identical daughter cells E7 Down: variants of a chemical element that differ only in the number of neutrons G7 Down: The tendency of water to diffuse down its concentration gradient (from high to low) D8 Across: The acronym for exonic splicing enhancers J8 Across: A series of nucleotide repeats at the ends of chromosomes to prevent deterioration of genetic material N8 Down: Reproductive cell division resulting in 4 unique gametes with half the genetic information of the parent cell P8 Down: a type of single-stranded nucleic acid used to transcribe protein E10 Across: the level of an organism it occupies in the food chain I10 Down: a type of energy released in exothermic reactions. K10 Down: attraction to a particular chemical; used by our cells (e.g. neurons) and bacteria K11 Across: The genus of modern-day humans E12 Across: the order that humans belong to; also shared by the great apes F12 Down: a process where energized particles travel through air; can cause damage to cells D13 Across: the organism Gregor Mendel used to discover how hereditary information is passed from parent to offspring K13 Across: the ability of an organism to move; animals do it; plants don't P13 Down: a cell containing a nucleus, chromosomes, and membrane-bound organelles F15 Across: a charged particle resulting from gain or loss of an electron J15 Across: a type of cell with the potential of developing into any other type of specialized cell P15 Across: The name of the scientist whom one of the cycles in cell respiration is named after E17 Across: the most basic unit of energy for all life J17 Across: the portion of the RNA strand that is used to code protein O17 Across: a diagram with branches showing family relationships E19 Across: the location of a gene on the chromosome; often contains 2 alleles K19 Across: The codon that tells the translation machinery to end making protein from that message O20 Across: the pores on the underside of a leaf that allows for gas exchange

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