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Number of questions: 29

1 - What stage of development do the majority of eukaryotic cells remain in for most of their life?

2 - What is the colour of unoxidized blood?

3 - The medical condition osteoporosis affects which part of the body?

4 - The moons, Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania and Oberon orbit which planet?

5 - The "Gympie Stinger" is the deadliest plant in the world.

6 - In Psychology, which need appears highest in the "Maslow's hierarchy of needs" pyramid?

7 - Centripedal force is an apparent force that acts outward on a body moving around a center, arising from the body's inertia.

8 - The planet Mars has two moons orbiting it.

9 - In Chemistry, how many isomers does Butanol (C4H9OH) have?

10 - What does the yellow diamond on the NFPA 704 fire diamond represent?

11 - Where did the Great Storm of 1987 make landfall at, first?

12 - What are human nails made of?

13 - Steel is an alloy of Iron and Carbon.

14 - All the following metal elements are liquids at or near room temperature EXCEPT:

15 - What is the scientific term for 'taste'?

16 - Which portion of the Marijuana plant produces the psychoactive substance known as THC?

17 - Which psychological term refers to the stress of holding contrasting beliefs?

18 - Which of the following spacecraft never touched the moon?

19 - What is the largest living organism currently known to man?

20 - What is radiation measured in?

21 - What is the unit of electrical capacitance?

22 - What part of the brain takes its name from the Greek for seahorse?

23 - Which chemical element was originally known as Alabamine?

24 - What do you study if you are studying entomology?

25 - To the nearest minute, how long does it take for light to travel from the Sun to the Earth?

26 - Like with the Neanderthals, Homo sapiens sapiens also interbred with the Denisovans.

27 - A person can get sunburned on a cloudy day.

28 - What is the chemical formula for ammonia?

29 - Which of the following men does not have a chemical element named after him?