Welcome to the world of Biology! This trivia template offers a fun way to test your knowledge of the fascinating subject of Biology. Biology is the scientific study of life, including the physical and chemical properties of organisms, the interactions between them, and the environment in which they live. From single-celled organisms to complex animals and plants, Biology can help us understand how life works. So, get ready to test how much you know about Biology and see how well you score!
1) What part of the body does glucose in the blood get absorbed by?
2) Which of the following is not a carbohydrate?
3) Prokaryotes are:
4) What is the process of breaking down of large molecules into smaller molecules while releasing energy?
5) What is the scientific name of the common cold virus?
6) The main function of the heart is to:
7) What is the scientific name for bacteria?
8) How many genders does a Asexual species have?
9) Which of the following viruses is the most contagious?
10) The study of the internal structure of animals and plants is known as:
11) The process by which the genetic material (DNA) of an organism is passed down from its parents is known as:
12) What are the two main types of cell division?
13) What is the primary function of the lungs?
14) What type of animal has an open circulatory system?
15) What is the scientific study of the structure and function of the human body?
16) What type of organism is used for genetic engineering?
17) What is the name of the outer membrane of a cell?
18) What is the main role of a mitochondrion?
19) What is the name of the process in which a single cell divides into two cells?
20) What is the main role of the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) in the cell?
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