Welcome to Science Questions Trivia. This trivia template offers an exciting challenge to all science enthusiasts and those wanting to learn more about the world of science. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, this trivia game will test your knowledge of scientific topics and help you learn more with each question. Learn more about the fascinating world of science while competing against your friends and family. With a variety of topics from biology to physics, you are sure to have a fun time exploring the scientific world with our Science Questions Trivia!
1) In which type of organisms are the centrioles located?
2) What is the medical term for an abnormally rapid heartbeat?
3) What is the closest planet to the sun?
4) What factors determine the amount of friction?
5) What type of organisms are fungi?
6) What is the name of the cell organelle responsible for converting sunlight into energy?
7) What is the scientific name for the process of growth in plants?
8) What unit is used to measure electrical current?
9) What is the branch of science study about the population and their relationship with the environment?
10) What is the study of the solar system and its heavenly bodies called?
11) What is the boiling point of water in Celsius?
12) What element is the most common in the Earth's atmosphere?
13) What type of microscope is used to view extremely small objects and organisms?
14) What is the unit of measure for pressure?
15) What is the most abundant metal in the Earth's crust?
16) What is the name of the tallest mountain in the solar system?
17) What type of energy is released by nuclear power plants?
18) What type of scientist studies the behavior of animals?
19) What is the name for the study of classification of living organisms?
20) What is the smallest unit of measurement for length?
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