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Science Quiz #506

Science and Nature Quiz for 26 September 2018

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Which of these is a genus of herbivorous dinosaur with a large bony frill and three horns on a large four-legged body which lived during the late Maastrichtian stage of the Late Cretaceous Period in North America?

A
Diplodocus
B
Triceratops
C
Stegosaurus
D
Apatosaurus
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2

A substance that attracts water molecules from the environment through either absorption or adsorption is called what?

A
Hygroscopic
B
Hydraulic
C
Hypnotic
D
Hippocratic
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3

Which of these is a common compression method for computer files?

A
Button
B
Zip
C
Belt
D
Elastic
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4

What function do rhizomes perform for a plant?

A
Store a plant's starches and proteins underground
B
Extract nutrient for a plant from dry earth
C
Establish horizontal connection between plants
D
Store a plant's seeds
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5

The "promession" technique, announced in May 2010, was proposed to be used for what?

A
Surgery
B
Burial
C
Dance
D
Fighting
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6

Which of these are not all single-celled organisms?

A
Amoeboids
B
Bacteria
C
Archaea
D
Fungi
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7

What or who does a cloaca serve?

A
A governmental undercover agent
B
The conversion of chlorophyll in plants
C
The intestinal, reproductive, and urinary tracts in some animals
D
A painter in oils, to enable the paints to adhere to some surfaces
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