Number of questions: 30
1 - Scientists accidentally killed the once known world's oldest living creature, a mollusc, known to be aged as 507 years old.
2 - At what temperature does water boil?
3 - "Tachycardia" or "Tachyarrhythmia" refers to a resting heart-rate near or over 100 BPM.
4 - About how old is Earth?
5 - In human biology, a circadium rhythm relates to a period of roughly how many hours?
6 - Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is a synonym for the disease known as silicosis.
7 - Sugar contains fat.
8 - Shrimp can swim backwards.
9 - Type 1 diabetes is a result of the liver working improperly.
10 - Which desert is the only desert in the world where the "Saguaro" cactus grows indigenously?
11 - Down Syndrome is usually caused by an extra copy of which chromosome?
12 - What is the atomic number of the element Strontium?
13 - Which of these is NOT a part of the structure of a typical neuron?
14 - Deuterium is an isotope of which element?
15 - Which planet did the "Viking 1" spacecraft send surface images of, starting in 1976?
16 - Gannymede is the largest moon of which planet?
17 - In the periodic table, Potassium's symbol is the letter K.
18 - Sound can travel through a vacuum.
19 - The medial meniscus forms which part of what joint in the human body?
20 - The Neanderthals were a direct ancestor of modern humans.
21 - Which of these is a type of stretch/deep tendon reflex?
22 - What mineral has the lowest number on the Mohs scale?
23 - Along with Oxygen, which element is primarily responsible for the sky appearing blue?
24 - The Doppler effect applies to light.
25 - In aeronautics, flaps and slats are used to control what on an aircraft?
26 - The Sun consists of mostly which two elements?
27 - Which chemical element has the lowest boiling point?
28 - Myopia is the scientific term for which condition?
29 - Au on the Periodic Table refers to which element?
30 - Anatomy considers the forms of macroscopic structures such as organs and organ systems.