I hope she finds it interesting :). How can a substance introduced into the blood so quickly have effects so far away? The more we can nurture an inquisitive nature the better! I so agree with you - and not just science but all education, maybe even life itself! I love the ads which said, want to have a brainfreeze? Ana Maria Orantes from Miami Florida on September 15, 2014: Hello miss TSSscienties. Oooo, what a lovely read that was! I will be back to read more of your writings. Have you ever wondered why DNA is twisted or why some sounds make your skin crawl? I love this kind of stuff. In these biology trivia questions and answers, we uncover fascinating things you might know about the human … Thank you for sharing your knowledge. How do all of those molecules needed to be in the right place at the right time actually get to do their things properly? I hope your pupils realize just what a good teacher they've got. A very interesting hub, that I can see I will be pointing my children towards in the near future as I am sure they will also enjoy it. When air gets trapped in the folds and bends of the small intestine, the liquid sloshing around can create a rumble - amplified by the small space of the small intestine. I'm sharing this and voted up! They are quite an entertaining source to test your common sense at times. 62) What are invertebrates? Now I wish I had paid attention because it's just fascinating. The reason we associate a rumbling tummy with hunger is that the rumbling is louder the less food is present in the intestine. Trivia Quiz - Biology-- Just for Fun Category: Biology Quiz # 8,881. Teaching Biology, you come across some great tricky science questions - Why is the Sky Blue? Thomas Haslwanter, CC-BY-SA, via Wikimedia Commons. Most of the kids have grown up playing these with each other and even making trick questions of their own. A fish extracts the oxygen it needs from the water by diffusion. It covers all-things related to living organisms, including their chemical processes, physical structure, development, physiological mechanisms, and evolution. Public Domain, CC-BY-SA-2.0, via Wikimedia Commons. I put geology in your poll, as physiology was not included, but really it's a tossup--they both continue to intigue me. Some species reach up to 39 meters in height. Neurons are a speciailised cell-type that transmits information around our body at high speed. Each group of painkiller is comprised of numerous sub-types, each with slightly different modes of action. Great Hub. Trivia questions are a good way to not only assess the existing knowledge of kids but also to provide them with new information. they give out perfict information may god bless you all im already about to ccatch the holy ghost. Voted up and awesome. The classic rumble associated with hunger is less to do with the stomach and more to do with our large intestine. Fish must maintain a 'countercurrent system of flow' as diffusion only works if there is less oxygen in the blood than there is in the water. The intricate twists and turns of the small intestine are what amplify the sound. This particular set of biology related riddles is for all ages. Are there nuclear reactions going on in our bodies? What is the human body's largest organ? Voted up, useful and interesting. An x-ray is a form of high energy radiation with a wavelength about 10,000 times shorter than that of visible light. But that is the key - 'if the dose is high enough.' Voted up, useful, interesting and shared. However,again, good hub and I like the brain freeze part! 61) What is an animal? Bamboo. I did mention in the text that different drugs under these two broad categories work in different ways. Gills operate a countercurrent blood flow system to maximise diffusion. Life Under Construction from Neverland on May 06, 2012: Excellent hub packed with useful information. BEST OF LUCK. This can cause mutation, or even cancer, if the dose is high enough. This also explains why teens and pregnant women develop acne - both sets of people are subject to hormone imbalances. Mmargie1966 from Gainesville, GA on May 07, 2012: @cocopreme: Wow! By the way, we have here an ice-crushed flavored drink called Slurpee. There are actually over 100 physiological causes for a hiccup! Voted UP! Robin Edmondson from San Francisco on May 09, 2012: I love all of your science Hubs; I'm a huge fan. Great questions and smartly answered! What is the human body's largest organ? The fluid in our vestibular system, however, keeps spinning and so sends a signal to the brain that the head is moving. The hollow woody tissue in plants that carries water and minerals from the roots to throughout the entire plant, 120+ Bar Trivia Questions and Answers – Best Pub Trivia Quiz, 50 Baby Shower Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers, History Trivia Questions – 300+ Questions and Answers, 50+ Football Trivia Questions with Answers. Marcy Goodfleisch from Planet Earth on May 05, 2012: These are such interesting facts to know! We shall investigate some of the pressing questions of our age: As time goes on, each topic will gain a link to a hub that expands on the topic in much greater depth. What is the most powerful muscle of the human body? 62) What are invertebrates? 61) What is an animal? Biology Quiz Questions Animal Kingdom – Biology Questions 61-90 . This would be a fun series of questions to give kids to do for 'challenge activities.' If some of these dead skin cells happens to block a pore, sebum can build up inside the hair follicle. While science may not have the answers to every question, some biology questions are answerable. I love to read and reread science entries like this. When you swallow, the cold goes away and the same blood vessels rapidly dilate back to their original size. Lastly, these agents you mentioned treat nociceptive pain, and are not mainstays of neuropathic pain. These questions are hard to answer but, you sort in a scientific way. Such a thorough research and clear explanations.