DNA Quizzes & Trivia

You think your flash drive is impressive? Think again. This little guy stores all of your genetic information, everything that makes you yourself. Your eyes, your hair color, your lips, your ears, your hands, everything is one way or another coded inside it. And it is so small you can’t even see it. Talk about storage capacity, right? DNA makes the headlines of our most recent trivia with all of the interesting facts it presents.

Try out a few of our sample questions before you go for the full trivia. What does DNA actually stand for? The three essential macromolecules for all forms of life are DNA, proteins and? What are the names of the two scientists that discovered DNA? Get all the facts right and show us you know DNA.
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All cells and some viruses contain DNA and this is a nucleic acid that contains the genetic instructions for the development and function of living things. DNA profiling is especially useful for solving crimes but can also be...

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    DNA is found in the ___ of a cell.

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    Select the incorrect option for genetic code?

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    DNA consists of two antiparallel strands of nucleotide chains held together by


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    The most common form of regulation in bacteria and eukaryotes is

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    Which of the following is TRUE about mutation

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What is the full form of DNA?
DNA is the abbreviation for DeoxyriboNucleic acids. DNA usually takes active roles during human formation because it contains genetic information that can be passed from one generation to another. The reason why some traits in your family which were
What is the difference between Okazaki Fragments and Lagging Strand?
Okazaki fragments and lagging strands are terms in DNA replication. These two terms are not in any way the same, but they are related. Lagging strands refers to the DNA strands that grow or replicate in a discontinuous manner. It becomes by producing
Why do identical twins have different fingerprints?
It is true that identical twins form from one egg. They share some similarities when it comes to their DNA but fingerprints cannot be considered entirely as a genetic characteristic. This means that there are different factors that may affect the for
What is the difference between Enhancer and Promoter?
Enhancers and promoters are different, but both play vital roles in DNA transcription. An enhancer is a special sequence of DNA that helps to increase the rate of initiation of DNA transcription by RNA polymerase II. Enhancers have specialized DNA ca
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