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Quiz by Chona Santos

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  • Q1

    Some animals can actually reproduce by budding. What is budding?

     When an animal develops from a part of its parent.

    When a bud forms and divides itself into two.

    When a bud forms on the adult’s body and develops into a new animal.

    When an animal decomposes.

    30s
  • Q2

    What do you call the adaptation that allows an animal to hide by blending into its   surroundings?

     

    Mimicry                 

     Camouflage               

    Caricature

    Simulation         

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  • Q3

    How does internal fertilization among animals make reproduction more efficient?

     

     More eggs are produced in the safe environmentand the chances of fertilization are increased.    

    Fewer eggs are needed because they develop protected inside mother'sbody.       

    Fewer eggs are needed because they arefertilized immediately by more sperm.

    More eggs get fertilized because more sperm areable to unite inside the mother's body. 

     

    30s
  • Q4

    People who live in crowded areas and in big cities can observe the exhaust fumes from motor vehicles. These fumes contain carbon oxides act like a sheet of glass above the earth trapping the sun’s heat and making the air warmer. How can you describe the situation?

     

     

    global warming                                                        

    greenhouse effect

     acid rain

    depletion of the ozone layer                                   

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  • Q5

    Which ofthe following organisms is cold-blooded with a dry scaly skin?

     

        earthworm            

     

    lizard                            

    frog                                 

    whales

     

    30s
  • Q6

    When matter is changed into another matter having different properties, the type of change is known as

     

    chemical change                                                     

    electrical change

    atomic change

    physical change                                                         

    30s
  • Q7

    ___________ is a sac-like pouches that attach to the vas deferens near the base of the bladder; manufactures a sugar-rich fluid(fructose) that serves as a source of energy and makes sperms move.

    Prostate gland

    SeminalVesicle     

    Vas deferens       

    Urethra          

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  • Q8

    ______is the loose pocket-like skin (foreskin) hanging behind the penis. It protects and holds the testicle and prevents exposure of thetestis to the male’s high body temperature, furthermost when the male is ill or with fever.

     

     Epididymis           

    Scrotum

    Urethra       

    Penis             

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  • Q9

    The glands located just beside the vaginal opening that produce fluid or mucus secretion ___________.

     

     Ovaries      

    Bartholin's glands       

    Fallopian tubes

    Clitoris        

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  • Q10

    _______happens when pollen grains are transferred from the anther (male reproductive part) into the stigma (female reproductive part) of a flower. It is usually brought about by wind, insects, or birds.

     

    Budding   

    Pollination             

    Fertilization

    Asexual                 

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  • Q11

    It is the type of estuary formed after some time by sand bars and barrier islandsby ocean currents and waves in coastal areas.

     

    Fjords Estuaries

     

    Delta System Estuary    

    Bar-builtEstuary  

    Tectonic Estuaries     

     

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  • Q12

    Which gives the correct cyclical pattern of the moon’s phases?

              

     First Quarter – New Moon – FullMoon – Last Quarter

          

    First Quarter - Last Quarter -Full Moon - New Moon

             

    New Moon – Waxing Crescent –First Quarter – Full Moon

          

     

     New Moon – Waning Crescent – LastQuarter – Full Moon

     

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  • Q13

    Why are constellations important?

              

    They brighten the sky with their beautifulpatterns               

          

    They are used to praise God’s                             

              

    They are used to tell horoscope or fortunetelling in astrology

       They help mariners and navigators find direction

           

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  • Q14

    Which of the following is an example of chemical change when heat is applied?          

     

    freezing of water

             

    Cutting clothes    

              

    Burning of wood  

             

    Sharpening a pencil

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  • Q15

    The Lunar Cycle is also called________________.

         

    The Phases of the Moon          

          

    Moon’s Beliefs

          

    Tides

         

      Weather

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