Ultimate Biology Quiz

Below are 100 questions related to biology, can you answer them all?
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Universal solvent
Water
Gas is used in respiration
Oxygen
Waste gas produced in respiration
Carbon dioxide
Most abundant monosaccharide
Glucose
Major nutrients as source of energy
Carbohydrates
Fats
Proteins
Major nutrients that provide no energy
Minerals
Vitamins
Fibers
Types of muscles
Cardiac
Skeletal
Smooth
Types of teeth
Incisors
Canines
Premolars
Molars
Five kingdoms of classification
Animalia
Plantae
Fungi
Protoctista
Prokaryotae
Form of sexual reproduction in plants
Pollination
Structures used in asexual reproduction in plants
Stolons
Rhizomes
Bulbs
Tubers
Types of flowering plants
Monocotyledonous
Dicotyledonous
Net diffusion of water molecules from higher to lower potential
Osmosis
Type of solution with higher water potential than the reference
Hypertonic
Type of solution with lower water potential than the reference
Hypotonic
Type of solution with the same water potential as the reference
Isotonic
Types of nucleic acids
DNA
RNA
Vascular tissues in plants
Xylem
Phloem
Parts of the brain
Cerebrum
Cerebellum
Brain stem
A submicroscopic agent that replicates itself within living cells and does not live on its own
Virus
Human gametes
Sperm
Ovum
Process that fuses the above
Fertilization
Cell formed by the proccess above
Zygote
Organelle that holds genetic information of an organism
Nucleus
Organelle that performs cellular respiration, serves as the powerhouse of a cell
Mitochondrion
Organelle that is present in plants but not animals and performs photosynthesis
Chloroplast
Organelle that stores nutrients and wastes within a cell
Vacuole
Disaccharide also called table sugar
Sucrose
Deficiency in this mineral leads to impaired growth, fragile bones, weak teeth, and poor clotting
Calcium
Severe condition caused by protein deficiency, often accompanied by swelling
Kwashiorkor
Severe condition caused by deficiency in multiple nutrients, leads to dehydration and an emaciated appearance, common amongst children in poor regions
Marasmus
Condition caused by a shortage in Vitamin C, some symptoms are bleeding gums and wounds along with joint pain
Scurvy
Disorder caused by Vitamin D deficiency, it leads to softened and deformed bones, causing the skeletal system to become more fragile
Rickets / Osteomalacia
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Sexual reproductive organs of plants
Stamen
Carpel
Group of diseases involving abnormal cell growth with potential to spread and invade
Cancer
Subphyla of arthropods
Arachnids
Crustaceans
Insects
Myriapods
Chambers of the heart
Left Atrium
Left Ventricle
Right Atrium
Right Ventricle
Largest artery in the body
Aorta
Largest vein in the body
Superior Vena Cava
Blood vessels that carry blood towards and away from the kidneys
Renal
Blood vessels that carry blood towards and away from the lungs
Pulmonary
Blood vessels that supply blood for the heart
Coronary
Wall that divides the heart into two sides
Septum
Functional unit of the kidneys
Nephron
Branches of the immune system
Innate
Adaptive
Types of neurons
Sensory
Relay
Motor
Site of transmission of electric nerve impulses
Synapse
Insulating layer that forms around nerves, facilitating transmission of impulses
Myelin Sheath
Gaps between the above structure
Nodes of Ranvier
Large tube that serves as a passage for inhaled and exhaled air
Trachea
Two tubes that branch out from the above into the lungs
Bronchi
Air sacs located within the lungs
Alveoli
Thin layer of muscle that regulates pressure to facilitate breathing
Diaphragm
Layer on the outside of a tooth, the hardest substance produced by the human body
Enamel
Living part of teeth under the above
Dentine
Visible part of a tooth
Crown
Process in which water-soluble molecules and ions produced by digestion are passed into the bloodstream
Absorption
Uptake of nutrients from the bloodstream by the body
Assimilation
Treatment involving blood purifying and aids in waste expulsion in case of a kidney failure
Kidney dialysis
Mixture of partially-digested food and digestive juices formed in the stomach
Chyme
Major taxonomic ranks
Domain
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
Species
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Level 69
Dec 9, 2020
Could Prokaryote be accepted for Prokaryotae?
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Level 71
Dec 10, 2020
That along with some other type-ins have been added!