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Grade 4 Microbiology
Germs are
  1. a yummy snack.
  2. organisms so small they can only be seen with a microscope.
  3. insects.
  4. a vegetable.
Grade 7 Fitness
To find your maximum heart rate you
  1. subtract your age from 220
  2. add your age to 220
  3. divide your age by 220
  4. multiply your age by 220
Grade 7 Microbiology

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Which organism has a prokaryotic cell?
  1. monkey
  2. bacteria
  3. mosquito
  4. fern
Grade 8 Microbiology
Which thing is the smallest in size?
  1. bacterium
  2. red blood cell
  3. virus
  4. lymphocyte
Grade 8 Microbiology
Which statement is true about a virus?
  1. They are nonliving.
  2. They do not have a nucleus or organelles.
  3. They do not have a cell membrane.
  4. All of the above
Grade 7 Microbiology
Structures too small to be easily seen with the naked eye are
  1. heteroscopic.
  2. microscopic.
  3. macroscopic.
  4. endoscopic.
Grade 11 Diet and Nutrition
Which vitamin, often found in citrus fruit, is also known as ascorbic acid?
  1. vitamin C
  2. vitamin B12
  3. vitamin B3
  4. vitamin K
Grade 4 Microbiology
Microorganisms are too tiny to see with the naked eye, so we must use                    to see them.
  1. magnifying glasses
  2. microscopes
  3. telescopes
  4. binoculars
Grade 7 Microbiology
What is a virus?
  1. two-part structure that makes proteins
  2. strand of hereditary materials surrounded by protein coating
  3. director of all cell activity
  4. structure within the nucleolus
Grade 5 Microbiology
Bacteria are
  1. animal-like one-celled organisms.
  2. plant-like one-celled organisms.
  3. one-celled organisms with no nucleus.
Grade 8 Microbiology
Unicellular organisms contain many cells.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 Microbiology
Bacteria come in three shapes: rod-shaped, ball-shaped, or corkscrew-shaped.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 Microbiology
Tiny living things, some of which cause communicable diseases, are
  1. bacteria.
  2. arthritis.
  3. cancer.
Grade 5 Microbiology
Which is a fungus?
  1. mold
  2. moss
  3. fern
  4. conifer
Grade 6 Diet and Nutrition
Which nutrient is our body's main source of energy?
  1. Fat
  2. Protein
  3. Carbohydrates
  4. Water
Grade 6 Diet and Nutrition
How many calories are in one pound of fat?
  1. 3500
  2. 2500
  3. 3000
  4. 2000
Grade 11 Diet and Nutrition
What is a function of vitamin B12?
  1. processes amino acids and lipids
  2. assists with blood cell formation
  3. maintains connective tissue
  4. boosts the immune system
Grade 8 Microbiology
Unicellular prokaryotes that may be spherical, rod, or spiral shaped are
  1. viruses.
  2. antibiotics.
  3. fungi.
  4. bacteria.
Grade 7 Microbiology
Which statement about bacteria is not true?
  1. Bacteria can be either autotrophic or heterotrophic.
  2. Bacteria are prokaryotes.
  3. Bacteria have a cell nucleus.
  4. Bacteria do not have nucleic acids.
Grade 6 Microbiology
Where do fungi live?
  1. on your hands
  2. in warm, damp places
  3. in cold, dry places
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