What do you really know about Biology? Being good at school should help you to score higher than 8/15

What do you really know about Biology?
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What do you really know about Biology? At this stage, you should be aware that “school” is not just the place where you take Biology classes.

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What do you really know about Biology? Being good at school should help you to score higher than 8/15

  • Question of

    Where does energy used by the majority of living things to move, feed and reproduce come originally from?

    • The soil
    • The electricity
    • The air
    • The Sun
  • Question of

    Cows, like other herbivorous animals, will pass partially digested food to the feces only to be eaten again to complete digestion. How is this process called?

    • Gastrulation
    • Rumination
    • Reduction
    • Refection
  • Question of

    Which of these marine animals doesn’t have a brain?

    • The octopus
    • The squid
    • The sea cucumber
    • The crab
  • Question of

    An animal that eats only meat is called what?

    • A herbivore
    • An omnivore
    • A frugivore
    • A carnivore
  • Question of

    Ok, previous ones have been easy… Why do fish swim in schools?

    • To confuse their predators.
    • To chase away larger fish.
    • To feed together on plankton.
    • To sorround prey and dispute it.
  • Question of

    Which animal stays inside a cocoon during part of its life cycle?

    • The kangaroo
    • The crab
    • The butterfly
    • The frog
  • Question of

    The overgrowth of algae and in ponds and lakes, called eutrophication, is due to:

    • An excess of direct sunlight on water surface
    • The escape of nitrates from the soil into groundwater
    • A proliferation of bacteria in the water
    • Large amounts of garbage polluting the bottom
  • Question of

    Speaking about pets… Anaplasmosis is a bacterial disease that can be fatal on dogs, caused by a parasite. Which one is it?

    • Fleas
    • Heartworms
    • Mites
    • Ticks
  • Question of

    Cold-blooded animals are known by a scientific term. Which one is it?

    • A homeotherm
    • A poikilotherm
    • A cryotherm
    • An endotherm
  • Question of

    What organ is composed by nervous tissue?

    • The skin
    • The liver
    • The spinal cord
    • The lungs
  • Question of

    Phototropism is a phenomenon where plant stem grows towards

    • Water
    • Light
    • Earth’s gravity
    • Soil
  • Question of

    The process by which water evaporates from a plant through the leaves, flowers or stems is called:

    • Transpiration
    • Exocytosis
    • Perspiration
    • Condesation
  • Question of

    Red blood cells color in humans is given by:

    • Plasma
    • Carbonic anhydrase
    • Hemoglobin
    • Hemocyanin
  • Question of

    What’s the name of the pigment responsible for hair and skin color in humans?

    • Melanine
    • Psittacofulvin
    • Zeaxanthin
    • Lutein
  • Question of

    Final one had to be really easy… There is a process that occurs when sweat dries up and cools in the skin. What’s its name?

    • Dissolution
    • Condensation
    • Sublimation
    • Evaporation

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