Huge Maths & Science Word Ladder

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♦Part of Electromagnetic Spectrum between UV and Gamma Rays♦
♦SI unit of absorbed radiation dose or ionising radiation♦
♦Unit of angle equal to 1/400th of a circle♦
Happy or pleased
♦Fine grained soil used in pottery making♦
Strip skin from an animal
♦Linum usitatissimum: Flowering plant cultimated for its fibre to make thread♦
♦Amount of magnetic field passing through a surface, measured in the Weber♦
An outlet for smoke or gas
Liquid substance used to bond items together
An excessive supply
♦Medical condition in which excess Uric Acid causes swollen big toe♦
♦Capra aegagrus hircus, bleating mammal known for its mountain climbing♦
To provoke into action
♦Element 79, Au♦
To cover in a thin coat of gold
♦Respiratory organ in fish which extracts oxygen from water♦
♦Unsorted glacial sediment♦
To give information through speech
♦Basic structural unit of living organisms♦
Match a bet or raise in poker
♦Tough cellulose layer around plant cells♦
Document containing instructions for distribute possessions after death
Raised land generally smaller than a mountain
Where Satan lives
To make illness better
♦Form of energy transferred from high temperature system to lower temperature system♦
Structure built by birds in which to lay eggs
Scottish loch and home to famous monster
♦Walter Rudolf ____: 1949 Medicine Nobel Prize winner♦
Noise that a snake makes
Fail to hit
♦Property of matter measured in kilograms♦
♦Fourth planet from the Sun♦
♦Units of pressure roughly equal to atmospheric pressure at sea level♦
Building used to house livestock or occasionally stage dances
♦Max ____: German physicist involved in development of quantum mechanics♦
To drill a hole
♦Nickel and iron structure at the centre of the Earth♦
♦Three-dimensional geometric shape that tapers smoothly from a flat base to a point called the apex♦
♦Rigid organ which makes up the skeleton♦
♦Ionic, covalent and metallic are types of this♦
Having affection for something
A character set in a particular typeface
♦Body part used to stand on♦
Heavy duty clothing worn on the feet
A peasant or uncultured person
♦Niels ____: Danish physicist famed for his work on atomic structure and quantum mechanics♦
♦Subspecies of the Dama Gazelle♦
Temperate grassland with low vegetation growing in acidic soil
♦Earth's only natural satellite♦
♦Aquatic bird of the Gavia genus♦
Stolen booty
♦Water birds of the Fulica genus♦
Cage for chickens
Hollow sound of horse hooves
♦Group of genetically identical cells or organisms♦
A family group
♦Hinged mollusc of the Pelecypoda Class♦
____ Dunk: Basketball shot in which the ball is pushed downwards through the basket
Join where pieces of fabric are held together
♦Finned mammal of the Phocidae Family♦
Meat of young cows
♦Thin membrane which covers the stalk and cap of an immature mushroom♦
♦Blood vessel which carries deoxygenated blood towards heart♦
Having an excessive belief in your own attractiveness
Agonising sensation caused by nerve stimulation
Weak chess character
♦Quark with -1/3 electric charge, 0 strangeness and 0 bottomness♦
Grass which has been cut
Before noon
♦6.022 x 1023 particles♦
♦Unit of distance measurement equal to 8 furlongs♦
Slab of hard material used to cover roofs
The prong of a fork
Musical interval between the first two notes of the major scale
Something that isn't there anymore
♦Section of DNA which codes for a particular protein♦
A male
To have dispatched something
Furniture for being sat on
To scorch
♦Massive ball of luminous plasma such as The Sun♦
Remain in the same place
Remove an animal's ovaries to prevent breeding
Mineral water springs
Large expanses of salt water e.g. Mediterranean, Red or Caribbean
Perceives light through the eyes
♦Honey producing flying insects of the Apoidea Superfamily♦
Inner rooms of a house - Scottish
Bread rolls
♦Rubber cylinder used to seal a test tube♦
♦Respiratory organ in which gases are exchanged♦
Not short
Words accomponied by music
Several of your male offspring
♦Collections of objects which may be displayed in a Venn diagram♦
♦Bristle or hair like structure on a living organism♦
♦Type of atomic radiation, fast moving electron♦
Second letter of the Hebrew alphabet
Furniture for filling with water and washing in
Composer of Toccata and Fugue in D minor
Rear part of the human body
Stream or brook
Bird jaws
♦____ Nuclear Force: Fundamental force involving exchange of W and Z bosons♦
Seven days
Unwanted plant
To go
Instrument for casting magic
Room for sick people
♦Imperial unit of measurement equal to 0.9144 metres♦
Long length of interlocked fibres, often in a ball enjoyed by cats
To make aware of danger
Small skin growth caused by human papillomavirus
To remain in a particular place
Way of walking
Small particles of hard material
Keep a firm hold of something
Device for passing liquid continuously into a vein
A negligible amount: ____s and drabs
To defeat severely
♦Chemical substance which has some effect on the functioning of the body♦
♦The combined forces which oppose the relative motion of an object through a fluid♦
♦One sixteenth of an ounce♦
♦One thousandth of the SI unit of mass♦
____ Reaper: Scythe wielding personification of death
A network of evenly spaced horizontal and vertical lines
Region having low rainfall
♦pH < 7♦
To have performed excellently eg in an exam
Cards which can be high, low or high and low
Several affirmatives in a vote
Coloured chemicals which can be applied to fabrics
Comes to the end of life
Loud, unpleasant noises
To lightly chip a ball
A flat circle used to store data
Shallow container for placing food on
♦Aquatic animal traditionally classified as Pisces♦
Tightly clenched hand
A party
♦____ Tube: Glassware used for mixing chemicals♦
Canvas building used for sleeping in fields
The smallest denomination of US currency
Member of the ancient tribal societies of pre-Roman Europe
Young male horse
♦SI unit of electric potential♦
♦Small rodent, part of the Arvicolinae Subfamily♦
Climbing plant that produces grapes
♦Tree of the Pinaceae family♦
♦1/8 of a gallon♦
Shade of a colour
Metal cans
Darkens the skin through exposure to sunlight
Cigarettes in British slang
♦Rooms in which science is done♦
How a cat drinks milk
Short sleeps
____ Valley: Wine making region in California
♦American space agency♦
A house or mansion
Protective bag used for transportation
♦pH > 7♦
An article of commerce
♦Transfer of energy without permanent displacement of particles through oscillations♦

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