Complete solution of Chembio Test Word Puzzle

Here is the complete solution of the ChemBio Test wordpuzzle that was published in the previous issue.

Below is the block-wise solution that you have already seen in the previous article. Next, you may check the hint-wise explanation.

solution of chembio test

Hint-wise explanation of the Chembio Test Word Puzzle:

Side by side

  1. A natural amino acid — “Serine
  2. Contraction of the protoplast due to water loss — “Plasmolysis
  3. Serially aligned beads formed by condensation of DNA and protein complexes — “Chromomere
  4. The dead body of human (or animal) — “Corpse
  5. A popular saturated ring that is often used as solvent media in organic transformations — “Oxane
  6. Mitotic phase, where sister chromatids are separated from each other — “Anaphase
  7. A chemical reagent used for bromination — “NBS
  8. [Kr] 4d10 5s2 5p2 — “Sn” (Tin)
  9. A rare and highly radioactive metal; the outermost orbital contains 6 electrons — “Po” (Polonium – [Xe] 6s24f145d106p4 – Outermost orbital 6s26p4)
  10. Softest non-alkali metal — “In” (Indium)
  11. It literally protects the earth — “Ozone
  12. The cellular organelle is responsible for respiration and ATP production — “Mitochondria
  13. Plastids that produce and store starch within internal membrane compartments of potato tuber cells — “Amyloplast
  14. _ _ _ _ _ _a : It is the smallest flowering plants on earth — “Wolffi” (Wolffia)
  15. A cofactor used in anabolic reactions, e.g., Calvin cycle — “NADP
  16. The large intracellular organelle of a mature plant cell, contains mostly water — “Vacuole
  17. A strong oxidizing agent having the highest electron affinity — “Cl” (Chlorine)
  18. In laboratories, _ _-based organometallic catalysts are used in photo-redox reactions — “Ru” (Ruthenium)
  19. A group that gets reduced in presence of NaBH4 — “CHO” (aldehyde)
  20. Biological polymers having series of amide bonding — “Protein
  21. A functional group having (4n+2) pi electrons — “Aryl
  22. An important element that is present in several active organometallic compounds — “Pd” (Palladium)

Up & down

  1. An organic reaction to convert carbonyl to an alkene — “Shapiro
  2. The primary component as well as the physical and mechanical factor of the ribosome — “rRNA” (Ribosomal RNA)
  3. Photosynthetic organelle of a plant cell — “Chloroplast
  4. Specialized DNA sequence of a chromosome that links a pair of sister chromatids (a dyad) — “Centromere
  5. Charged element — “Ion
  6. Abbreviation of an amino acid having isobutyl group — “LEU” (Leucine)
  7. An inert gas used in lights — “Ne” (Neon)
  8. When two molecular rings share a common atom, it is called ______ compound — “Spiro
  9. One of the noble gases that can produce complexity — “Xenon
  10. The trioxide of this element is used as a flame retardant (symbol) — “Sb” (Antimony)
  11. Frontier molecular orbitals; it’s occupied — “HOMO” (Highest occupied molecular orbital)
  12. A group of coenzymes that metabolize fatty acids — “Acyl CoA
  13. The science of wine — “Oenology
  14. Plant cell structure present outside the cell membrane — “Wall
  15. Central coordinator of a cell — “Nucleus
  16. [Rn] 5f2 6d1 7s2 — “Pa” (Protactinium)
  17. The stalk that joins a leaf to a stem — “Petiole
  18. Zn is a _____ element in the human body — “Trace
  19. The linker of two atoms in a molecule — “Bond
  20. _ _ _ _ _ic polymers are well-known for transparency and elasticity — “Acryl” (Acrylic)
  21. Atomic weight = 138 — “La” (Lanthanum)
  22. [Xe] 4f14 5d10 6s2 6p6 — “Rn” (Radon)
  23. The mathematical function describing the location and behavior of an electron in an atom — “AO” (Atomic orbital)
  24. Set of isomers that are used to designate the configurations of chiral carbons — “dl” (dl-pair)
  25. [Xe] 4f⁶ 6s² — “Sm” (Samarium)
  26. [Ar] 4s² — “Ca” (Calcium)
  27. A plant that is well-known as a source of Azadirachtin — “Neem
  28. The stain that is used to test for the presence of starch molecules — “Iodine
  29. a soft, silvery-white, highly reactive alkali metal — “Na” (Sodium)
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