Quiz: Less Than 5% Of People Can Pass This Biology 101 Test. Can You?

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Was Biology your favorite subject in grade school?

Biology can be complex but it can also be super fun! What do you know about this amazingly scientific subject?

 Oct 21, 2018

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What is one of the major differences between plant cells and animal cells?
Nucleus
Chloroplast
Mitochondria

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What is Photosynthesis?
A camera's reflection
Plants using sunlight to synthesize foods from carbon dioxide and water
The emission of carbon dioxide into the ocean

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Cells are the basic structural unit for all organisms! What is this concept called?
Cell Theory
Cell Hypotheses
Cell Trials

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Bacteria and fungus are both examples of what?
Vacuoles
Organelles
Microorganisms

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What are the 3 basic parts of all cells?
Mitochondria, Nebulous, and Cytoplasty
Mammograms, Nucleates, and Cell Tissue
Membrane, Nucleus, and Cytoplasm

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True or false: The Bio in Biology means "life".
True
False

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The Cell Membrane can most closely be compared to a:
Bottle Cap
Ziplock Bag
Horseshoe

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Terrestrial Biomes are on land and Aquatic Biomes are ___________.
In Water
In Grass
In Space

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True or false: Prokaryotic cells were NOT the very first organism.
True
False

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What does DNA stand for?
Directive Nacreous Aba
Dalmatic Nucleus Atoms
Deoxyribonucleic Acid

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Which scientist had a theory that included a concept called Natural Selection?
Einstein
Edison
Darwin
Newton

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What is the natural home or environment of an animal, plant, or other organism called?
Encasement
Habitat
Nature Zone

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True or false: All cells are equal in size.
True
False

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In order to survive, plants need: Water, Nutrients, ______, and Air.
Intimacy
Light
Shelter

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What are the two different types of cells?
Prokasmic cells and Eukonic cells
Prolific cells and Euyliss cells
Prokaryotic cells and Eukaryotic cells

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What is this part of a cell called?
Lysosome
Ribosome
Nucleus
Golgi Apparatus

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What is the purpose of the Cytoskeleton?
Digests toxic materials in the cell
Provides structural support for the cell
Convert oxygen and nutrients into energy

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What is this part of the cell called?
Lysosome
Cell Membrane
Mitochondria
Cytoplasm
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Biology is such a wonderful subject to study up on since there are so many interesting to learn! In fact, everything in the world of science is quite intriguing! Neil deGrasse Tyson, a famous scientist once said, "Carl Sagan spoke fluently between biology and geology and astrophysics and physics. If you move fluently across those boundaries, you realize that science is everywhere; science is not something you can step around or sweep under the rug." Science lover Patrick Soon-Shiong once said, "The idea would be in my mind - and I know it sounds strange - is that the most important advances in medicine would be made not by new knowledge in molecular biology because that's exceeding what we can even use. It'll be made by mathematicians, physicists, computer scientists, figuring out a way to get all that information together. Christopher Alexander, an architectural scientist once spoke about the beauty of biology and harmony by saying, "I believe that all centers that appear in space - whether they originate in biology, in physical forces, in pure geometry, in color - are alike simply in that they all animate space. It is this animated space that has its functional effect upon the world, that determines the way things work, that governs the presence of harmony and life." Eric Kandel, an American born Scientist expert also said, "The biology of mind bridges the sciences - concerned with the natural world - and the humanities - concerned with the meaning of human experience." Take this Biology quiz and see how many things you truly remember!