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“BI­OL­OGY SOME­TIMES RE­VEALS ITS FUN­DA­MEN­TAL PRIN­CI­PLES THROUGH WHAT MAY SEEM AT FIRST TO BE AR­CANE AND BIZARRE”

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IN­STRUC­TIONS

Put the an­swers to each of the clues in col­umns from 1 to 9. Row vii re­veals the an­swer.

CLUES

1 What is the con­tin­u­ous one-sided sur­face formed by half twist­ing a piece of pa­per and join­ing the ends? (6,5) 2 What are the hered­i­tary units or gen­res which give rise to con­trast­ing Men­delian traits? (6) 3 Which English me­te­o­rol­o­gist be­gan the tra­di­tion of nam­ing cy­clones af­ter peo­ple’s names? (6) 4 Which sci­ence fic­tion writer coined the word “ro­bot­ics”? (5,6) 5 On which scale, named af­ter a Scot­tish physi­cist and based on the Fahren­heit sys­tem, does 491.67 equal 0 de­grees Cel­sius? (7) 6 Which hy­poth­e­sis claims that the so­lar sys­tem formed from a mass of in­ter­stel­lar gases and dust? (7) 7 Which gaseous el­e­ment is named af­ter the Greek word for sun? (6) 8 Which group of herbs in­cludes the com­mon clover? (7) 9 Which non-metal­lic el­e­ment has a rel­a­tive atomic mass of 126.9044 and an atomic num­ber of 53? (6)

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