Biology Key Words

R A C T I V A T I O N E N E R G Y L S X E
L Q I K T T O I P H L Q J Q N N F F B Y L
J P P C V Y D I V K M S D U R B V L P D Q
B D W J A N T I B O D Y J S L S V G F V H
U A C T I V E I M M U N I T Y O C B F J Q
A C T I V E T R A N S P O R T D H S U T F
M L A L L E R G E N M F M U V A T T K V X
R V T Y A R P E W E K Q S B A W E L E Q H
O Y A V W F H W X J P A N T I C O D O N H
C G L T W Q H M U L A U C A K I S N E I W
A N T I B I O T I C R E S I S T A N C E M
V X G I T Y O Y I D P H F A B O J H O J B
I K B A C T I V E S I T E E Y I H S U E U
O H O W A G J J W A Y H J R L B O F C A N
T P B G K D U B S R Y L S O X I A G N C H
R P N Y E C F W N D G T C B T T O H C H E
Y T L G J X W M Q E H R G I L N B O U U P
U F Y T F N G K C B O T H C I A B L K C I
H C H I R C B I Q C S N F E C N G M T I Q
I X N J U D G B R N R Y S P C O S U U I D
S U I C Y S R T P I F D S N R A T A O K K

Clues

  • A group of amino acids that make up the region of an enzyme into which the substate fits in order to catalyse a reaction. (6, 4)
  • A normally harmless substance that causes the immune system to produce an immune response (8)
  • A protein produced by lymphocytes in response to the presense of the appropriate antigen. (8)
  • a sequence of three adjacent nucleotide on a molecule of transfer RNA that is complementary to a particular codon on a messenger RNA molecule. (9)
  • A substance produced by living organisms that can destroy or inhibit the growth of microorganisms (10)
  • Connected with the presence of free oxygen (7)
  • Energy required to bring about a reaction. it is lowered by the presence of enzymes (10, 6)
  • Movemen of a substance from a region where it is in a low concentration to a region where it is in a high concentration. (6, 9)
  • Resistance to diease resulting from the activies of an individuals own immune system (6, 8)
  • The development in microorganisms of mechanisms that prevent antibiotics from killing them. (10, 10)

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