We arrive at July 15 with the promise of a new word of Wordle in all its variants-and also other similar games -with which to take a pause and exercise the brain. Well, a little, because in the next guide we are going to leave you with all the advice, clues and the solution so that you canGuess today’s word of the scientific Wordle *.
- Scientific Wordle today July 15
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Scientific Wordle today July 15
Today’s word, day July 15 , corresponds to Challenge #124 and is composed of a total of seven letters . In the case of the scientific wordle you have to get a word that is related to science, but it is not necessary for the first to write be scientific.
Therefore, you can put the word you want just to get letters or to guess the placement of each 1. If it comes out green, you have been successful with the place where the letter in question is located, while the yellow color indicates that the place is incorrect, but if it comes out gray it is that this particular letter does not exist.
T-clues for today’s scientific wordle
After explaining the rules, These are the clues for the scientific wordle of today, July 15:
- It is formed by three vowels.
* It is formed by four consonants.
* A letter is repeated
* Between the letters there is one A and a C.
* Start by F.
* It is a bioactive molecule.
Solution for today’s word scientific
If with the clues you do not get it, the word of the scientific wordle of July 15 is as follows:
And here you have its meaning :
Bioactive molecule that, under its structure and chemical configuration, can interact with protein macromolecules, usually called receptors, located in the membrane, cytoplasm or core of a cell, giving rise to an action and an evidence.
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