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Trivia Crack (Science) 1 to 25 Answers

Q: A prion consists only of?
Answer: Proteins
Q: Approximately how many bones does an adult body have?
Answer: 206
Q: Au is an abbreviation for which chemical element?
Answer: Au
Q: Carcharodon Carcharias is the scientific name given to which species?
Answer: Great White Shark
Q: Cider comes from what fruit?
Answer: Apple
Q: During a 24 hour period, how many times does the International Space Station orbit the earth?
Answer: 16
Q: How are the holes of Swiss cheese made?
Answer: Carbon dioxide
Q: How can you calculate the age of a tree?
Answer: Counting the rings of its trunk
Q: How can you distinguish a tiger mosquito from a common mosquito?
Answer: The stripes in its legs, it stings during day and it flies slowly
Q: How is a tooth cavity usually fixed?
Answer: By filling it
Q: How is the natural hallucinogenic substance ayahuasca consumed?
Answer: It is ingested
Q: How many chromosomes does the average human have?
Answer: 46
Q: How many degrees does a circle have?
Answer: 360 degrees
Q: How many horns did a triceratops have?
Answer: 3
Q: How many seconds are one hour?
Answer: 3600 seconds
Q: How many stomachs do cows have?
Answer: 4
Q: How old can a camel be?
Answer: 50
Q: Hydrogen is the first element in the periodic table. What’s the second?
Answer: Helium
Q: Microwave ovens heat food by exciting which of the following molecules?
Answer: Water
Q: Name of the cell’s organelle that is in charge of making proteins?
Answer: Ribosomes
Q: Of what is seismology the study?
Answer: Earthquakes
Q: Only two species are poisonous the Mexican beaded and the Gila monster, which is also the largest one in the US. What is it?
Answer: Lizard
Q: Scientists believe that the shark was the first animal to develop what?
Answer: Teeth
Q: Tectonic plates interact though what?
Answer: Borders
Q: The Statue of Liberty is covered in what material?
Answer: Copper

Trivia Crack (Science) 26 to 50 Answers

Q: The bee belongs to what family?
Answer: Hymenoptera
Q: The body of an adult insect is divided into how many parts?
Answer: 3
Q: The periodic table of the elements is know in Russia as what?
Answer: The Mendeleev Table
Q: To what are photosensitive materials sensitive?
Answer: Light
Q: What Apollo first arrived to the Moon?
Answer: Apollo 11
Q: What animal has the highest blood pressure?
Answer: Giraffe
Q: What animal skin is similar to ours?
Answer: Pigs skin
Q: What animal was used to prove the idea of Classical Conditioning?
Answer: Dog
Q: What are the audible consequences of apnea?
Answer: Snoring
Q: What are the building blocks of proteins?
Answer: Amino Acids
Q: What are two divisions in the nervous system?
Answer: Central and Peripheral
Q: What can not be done as we swallow?
Answer: Breathing
Q: What color is perceived by cone cells with less sensitivity?
Answer: Blue
Q: What did Newton discover?
Answer: The gravity law
Q: What do we use our strongest muscles for?
Answer: Chewing
Q: What do you measure with a hygrometer?
Answer: Humidity
Q: What does ATP stand for?
Answer: Adenosine Triphosphate
Q: What does HDD mean in computer science?
Answer: Hard Disk Drive
Q: What does a glaucoma provoke if its not treated?
Answer: Blindness
Q: What does an ornithologist study?
Answer: Birds
Q: What does an speleologist study?
Answer: Caves
Q: What does the Spanish word ‘Luna’ refer to?
Answer: Moon
Q: What does vexology study?
Answer: Flags
Q: What happens to energy?
Answer: Energy changes form
Q: What happens with the temperature when boiling point is reached?
Answer: Its maintained stable

Trivia Crack (Science) 51 to 75 Answers

Q: What initials are given to lysergic acid?
Answer: LSD
Q: What is Linux?
Answer: An operating system
Q: What is a hypotenuse?
Answer: The longest side of a triangle
Q: What is aboulia?
Answer: A decrease of motivation
Q: What is etymology?
Answer: The study of a word origin
Q: What is needed for respiration?
Answer: Glucose and Oxygen
Q: What is obtained after mixing hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide?
Answer: Water and sodium chloride
Q: What is plastic made of?
Answer: Oil
Q: What is the Latin name for gold?
Answer: Aurum
Q: What is the Latin word for knee cap?
Answer: Patella
Q: What is the building block of matter?
Answer: Atom
Q: What is the chemical sign for aluminum?
Answer: Al
Q: What is the common name for Dihydrogen Monoxide?
Answer: Water
Q: What is the first sense a baby develops?
Answer: Touch
Q: What is the function of molar teeth?
Answer: Cutting
Q: What is the function of the ribosome in a cell?
Answer: Protein synthesis
Q: What is the lobe located at the front of the brain?
Answer: Frontal lobe
Q: What is the name of the outside part of the ear?
Answer: Auricle
Q: What is the speed of sound?
Answer: 343 m/s
Q: What is the square root of 121?
Answer: 11
Q: What is the square root of 169?
Answer: 13
Q: What is the study of Plants?
Answer: Botany
Q: What kind of animal is a German Spitz?
Answer: A dog
Q: What kind of mammal is a platypus?
Answer: Monotreme mammal
Q: What organ is affected in a hepatomegaly?
Answer: Liver

Trivia Crack (Science) 75 to 100 Answers

Q: What organ produces bile?
Answer: Liver
Q: What other name does the water cycle receive?
Answer: Hydrologic cycle
Q: What phase transition occurs during sublimation?
Answer: Solid to gas
Q: What pigment is produced by hemoglobin after red blood cells are destroyed?
Answer: Bilirrubina
Q: What prevents virus replication?
Answer: Interferons
Q: What science studies the weather?
Answer: Meteorology
Q: What systems main functions is to eliminate the body’s waste?
Answer: Urinary system
Q: What test? done right after the baby’s born, tells if there is any sign of asphyxia or perinatal suffering?
Answer: Apgar Score
Q: What two ingredients are used to make science fair volcanoes?
Answer: Baking soda and vinegar
Q: What was Pangea?
Answer: A super continent
Q: What was the name of the dog from the Soviet Union that became the first animal in the space?
Answer: Laika
Q: What way of administrating medicine is faster?
Answer: Intravenous
Q: What’s the biggest mammal?
Answer: Whale
Q: What’s the colostrum?
Answer: The first breast milk
Q: What’s the coloured part of the human eye called?
Answer: Iris
Q: What’s the hardest substance in the human body?
Answer: Tooth enamel
Q: What’s the largest muscle of the human body?
Answer: Gluteus Maximus
Q: What’s the name of the burners used in chemical labs?
Answer: Bunsen
Q: What’s the name of the chronic mood disorder that alternates periods of hypomanic symptoms with periods of mild depression?
Answer: Cyclothymia
Q: What’s the name of the largest known star?
Answer: Canis Majoris
Q: What’s the name of the lower layer of the atmosphere?
Answer: Troposphere
Q: What’s the name of the therapy that uses the sunlight on the body?
Answer: Light therapy
Q: What’s the only liquid metal?
Answer: Mercury
Q: What’s the snail?
Answer: Mollusk
Q: When are young elephants considered to be adults?
Answer: 12 to 15 years old

Trivia Crack (Science) 101 to 125 Answers

Q: Where are the metatarsal bones?
Answer: The foot
Q: Where do tiger mosquitoes come from?
Answer: South East Asia
Q: Where is the thyroid gland?
Answer: The Neck
Q: Which animal has the largest heart of any land mammal?
Answer: Giraffe
Q: Which country has a nuclear free treaty?
Answer: New Zealand
Q: Which dinosaur could fly?
Answer: Pterodactyl
Q: Which is not an electrical SI unit of measurement?
Answer: Gallon
Q: Which is organ is responsible for filtration?
Answer: Kidney
Q: Which is the hardest material?
Answer: Diamond
Q: Which is the hormone responsible for regulating glucose in blood?
Answer: Insulin
Q: Which is the name of the most extended artery of the human body?
Answer: Aorta
Q: Which is the range of the pH scale?
Answer: 0 to 14
Q: Which of Earths movement causes day and night?
Answer: Rotation
Q: Which of the following describe types of electrical circuits?
Answer: Parallel and Series
Q: Which of the following felines is faster?
Answer: Cheetah
Q: Which of the following is a good conductor of electricity?
Answer: Salt
Q: Which of the following is a liver disease?
Answer: Hepatitis
Q: Which of the following is a noble gas?
Answer: All three
Q: Which of the following is forbidden in a vegan diet?
Answer: Eggs
Q: Which of the following means high definitions?
Answer: HD
Q: Which of these birds has the fastest flap of wings?
Answer: Hummingbird
Q: Which of these is a theory about the creation of the universe?
Answer: Big Bang
Q: Which of these kills its victims by constriction?
Answer: Anaconda
Q: Which of these planets is furthest from the Sun?
Answer: Neptune
Q: Which one of the following is a mass unit?
Answer: Kilogram

Trivia Crack (Science) 126 to 150 Answers

Q: Which part of the eye responds to light?
Answer: Retina
Q: Which physical property of light gives rise to our experience of color?
Answer: Wavelength of light
Q: Which process turn sugar into alcohol?
Answer: Fermentation
Q: Which two common household items have a violent chemical reaction when combined?
Answer: Sodium bicarbonate and vinegar
Q: Which vitamin is especially important for the formation of collagen?
Answer: Vitamin C
Q: Which vitamin is necessary to absorb calcium?
Answer: Vitamin D
Q: Who envisioned wireless technology in the 1800’s?
Answer: Nikola Tesla
Q: Who formulated E=mc^2?
Answer: Albert Einstein
Q: Who made the Pea plant experiment?
Answer: Gregor Mendel
Q: Who said that ‘objects which have no resultant force are either stationary or moving at constant velocity’?
Answer: Newton
Q: Who was Copernicus?
Answer: Copernicus formulated the heliocentric model
Q: ln what stage of pregnancy is the human form recognized?
Answer: Third month
Q: what’s the name of the science that studies ecosystems?
Answer: Ecology
Q: what’s the smallest structure material can be found in a stable form?
Answer: Atom
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