Quiz: Only Someone with an IQ of 130+ Can Ace This High School Biology Quiz!
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Only Someone with an IQ of 130+ Can Ace This High School Biology Quiz!
By: Isadora Teich
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About This Quiz

The human body is fascinating. It's made up of approximately 200 different types of cells. And when you consider the different functions of each cell, from Microglial cells (in the central nervous system) to Erythrocyte cells (red blood cells), our breathing, walking and ability to heal, is a biological and chemical marvel. To make it even more amazing, there are about 20 different types of structures or organelles within the different types of cells. In most cases, all these functions work perfectly and automatically. They are only brought into our consciousness when they don't work, (stomach ache, shortness of breath, wound that doesn't heal, etc. )

But biology doesn't start and stop with the human body. It includes all fauna and flora from microscopic to macroscopic. Yet within this vast range, you'll find the same Eukaryotic cells, Prokaryotic cells, and bacteria. Although there is so much to know, you'll quickly recall the process of photosynthesis, the power of dominant and recessive genes, and the scientist who helped in each step of discovery and understanding. Ready to try your hand at a quiz that needs an almost genius level IQ? (Genius level =140+.) Go on, ace all the biology questions in this quiz and show off the gifted student you truly are. 


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Which of these elements are required by the human body for life?
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Are all cells the same size?
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What are all living things made of?
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Who discovered cells first?
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According to Cell Theory, all organisms are composed of at least one ________.
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What often happens to a cell if the damage to it cannot be fixed?
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What is the process called through which plants turn sunlight into vital energy?
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What powers human cells?
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Which of these organelles selectively allows materials to move into and out of the cell?
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Which of these men is considered the father of genetics?
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Which of these can damage DNA?
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Which of these things are characteristics of a living organism?
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What can a Punnett Square be used to predict?
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All living things adhere to the basic rules of:
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Which of these is necessary for life as we know it?
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Does DNA damage and errors always cause cancer?
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Plant and animal cells are:
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Which of these is the genetic material of all living organisms?
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Cells in the human body communicate with each other via a process called:
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Which of these organelles has been described as "the powerhouse of the cell"?
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Do cells have methods of preventing and fixing mutations?
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What type of cells lack structure?
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What is it called when a single cell divides to create two identical cells?
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Which part of the cell plays a key part in photosynthesis?
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What do plant cells have that animal cells don't?
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Which of these is a product of light-dependent reactions within plants?
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Which of these is a major building block of life as we know it?
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Which of these mostly decide what a living being will look like?
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Can you use Punnett Squares to answer every genetics problem?
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What is the structure of DNA?
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Which of these is an organelle?
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What kind of cells are humans made up of?
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During cellular respiration, glucose is broken down into carbon dioxide and __________.
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Was Johann Gregor Mendel respected for the contributions he made to the study of genetics during his lifetime?
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How many stages of photosynthesis are there in plants?
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