Welcome to our 'Science' trivia template! Test your knowledge of the fascinating world of science and see how much you really know about the natural world. From biology to mechanics, this template is filled with interesting facts and questions that will challenge your scientific knowledge. If you are a science enthusiast or just looking to brush up on your general knowledge, this is the perfect quiz for you. With topics ranging from physics to genetics, no two questions will ever be the same. So, get your thinking caps on and prepare to challenge yourself with this fun and educational trivia template!
1) What is the closest star to Earth?
2) What is the process by which plants use light energy to make food?
3) What type of energy can be transformed, but not created or destroyed?
4) What type of cell does not have a nucleus?
5) Which of the following is true regarding Earth's atmosphere?
6) The term for the study of how living things interact with each other and their environment is:
7) What is the process by which an atom or molecule gains electrons?
8) The study of fossils is known as:
9) Which of the following is not a type of electromagnetic radiation?
10) In the human body, what is the hardest substance?
11) What type of rock is formed through the action of heat and pressure on existing rock?
12) What is the process by which a liquid is turned into a gas?
13) What term describes the rate at which energy is transferred?
14) What is the study of the movement of air, water, and particles in the atmosphere?
15) What type of radiation is released during the decay of radioactive material?
16) What is the average temperature of the core of the Earth?
17) What is the process by which plants take in carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight to make food?
18) What is the study of how organisms change over time?
19) What is the basic unit of heredity?
20) What type of electromagnetic radiation has the longest wavelength?
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