Biology Quizzes & Trivia
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following statements describes the results of this reaction? C6H12O6 + 6 O2 → 6 CO2 + 6 H2O + Energy
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Sample QuestionWhat is amoebiod movement?
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Sample QuestionAll of the following are characteristics of Archaebacteria except:
There are a lot of drugs prescribed to different patients all around the world. In our previous classes we have been able to cover the different drugs in existence prescribed and un prescribed, use and effects. Take up the...
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Sample QuestionA recreational drug is
Cells are mostly charged with converting nutrients we get from the food we eat into energy that enables the organs to function as they should. It is the basic building blocks of all living things. This quiz is designed for 5th...
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Sample QuestionOne basic common structure of both plants and animals is their make-up of _____.
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Sample QuestionWhich of these plants captures insects to get the necessary nutrients?
SBI 4U1: BIOLOGY - CHAPTER 1: SECTION 1.3 AN INTRODUCTION TO METABOLISM QUIZThis quiz was created by Ryan Flores based on the content within the Nelson Biology 12 textbook. Quiz password: biology12 Please report any...
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Sample QuestionDefined, a catabolic reaction is:
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Sample QuestionChromatids are
In biology, the feedback loop is a loop system in which the level of one substance influences the level of another, and a mechanism that tends to initiate or inhibit a process. How much do you know about the system?
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Sample QuestionAnother example of feedback is seen in childbirth, where stretching of the uterus triggers the secretion of a hormone , oxytocin, which stimulates uterine contractions and speeds up labor.
Note: This is a really, really, REALLY long test. But it's mostly multiple choice. All short answer questions should be in lowercase letters. If there's more than one answer for the short answer, answer in ____,_____ format....
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following are not found in plant cells? CIRCLE ALL THAT APPLY
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Sample QuestionWhich cell structure makes proteins for the cell?
This quiz helps ib student to prepare for a test in unit 9 biology. Plant sciences
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Sample QuestionWhat are non-vascular land plants?
Biology is the scientific study of life as we know it, whether it comes in the form of animals, plants, microscopic organisms, or even us ourselves! It’s a very in-depth and detailed branch of science and today we’re...
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Sample QuestionSterilizaer recording charts and or printouts should be checked
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following factors can affect enzyme activity?
For comparative purposes anatomy, students are usually expected to assess their knowledge of the cardiovascular system of the dogfish shark. Do you think that you can confidently identify what parts on the heart in the quiz...
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Sample QuestionLetter 'a' points to what structure?
There are many different realms of scientific study out there, but only one of them lets us come to grips with the different parts, functions, and other things that make us who we are; and that’s biology. Do you know as...
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Sample QuestionNormally, when the concentration of glucose in the blood falls below a certain level, stored glu- cose reenters the blood until the original con- centration is reached again. This regulation of the concentration of blood glucose is part of the process known as what?
Biology questions on cell transport. Material has been able to move in and out of the cell through the cell membrane, and this movement can take place in two ways, which are dependent on whether there is the energy needed or...
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Sample QuestionThe carrier protein is used to transport specific substances across a membrane.
It’s very hard to imagine what our lives would be like today if the human race somehow evolved in a way that allowed us to not rely on a backbone or even a bony skeleton in our lives. Luckily, there are many animals out...
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Sample QuestionOrganisms that have a layer of muscle that wraps their internal organs that is independent of their body wall muscles are:
In the following quiz, we’ll be taking a look at the scientific study of biology from a metric standpoint. Do you think you know enough about life and all of the information that we’ve been able to gather from it...
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Sample QuestionWhat is the name of the part Labeled A?
Ch 2 and 3. Campbell Biology.
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following definitions is INCORRECT?
Biology is one of the topics in which we can take up to get the answers about life on earth, what is of the norm and what is not. Do you consider yourself to be quite knowledgeable when it comes to biology, or do you wish you...
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Sample QuestionWhat is CHONPS?
A quiz about the first dot point in Patterns in Nature ( cell structure). There are 8 multiple choice question with each question having 3 possible answers and two true/false questions.
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Sample QuestionThe cell theory states that:
When beginning to study biology, you’ll see pretty quickly that the topic covers such a wide range of items – from the biggest animals you can think of like the blue whale, all the way down to the smallest living...
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following scientists was not involved in the formation of the cell theory?
This is a test to help study for honors biology mid-term. I've taken information from my review sheet and put it into a way to study that'll give you results and will eventually tell you what you have to work on. There will be a...
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Sample QuestionWhat are the levels of organization, in order from largest (most complex) to smallest (simplest)?
Can you pass this difficult biology trivia test? The human body has a total of twelve systems that work together to ensure that the body works perfectly. This quiz is designed for everyone who wants to show off their knowledge of...
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Sample QuestionDuring infection scientists use radio active in phage protein called:
The biological organization of living things is the hierarchy of complex biological structures and systems that define life together. These include organelle, cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, etc. What do you know about...
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Biochemistry is an amalgamation of biology and chemistry, which deals with molecular genetics, protein science, and metabolism. It's the analysis of chemical processes arising in living things. The functions and communion of...
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Unit 3 Chapter 3 (1st Secondary) Biology
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This is a test that queries various random questions that are designed to test your knowledge on a vertebrate biology matter. It might not be as easy as you think but just try it out to see how you will do.
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Testing myself for the quiz
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Do you want to test your genetic knowledge? This quiz is based on a pedigree diagram that represents biological relationships between an organism and its ancestors. Let's play this quiz and prove yourself!
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