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FIFA World Cup Biology

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15 questions
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  • Q1

    Raheem Sterling is a short footballer, whereas striker Peter Crouch is tall. Variation within a species can be caused by small changes in DNA called…

    Mutations

    Adaptations

    Differentiation

    Rotation

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  • Q2

    Striker Romelu Lukaku inherited big feet. What can be used to work out the probability of inheriting certain characteristics?

    A Punnet square

    The Periodic Table

    A quadrat

    A penalty box

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  • Q3

    Midfielder Alexia Putellas has less mitochondria in her muscle cells than in most of her other cells.

    false
    true
    True or False
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  • Q4

    Striker Marta eats an energy bar at half time. It gives her glucose to perform respiration. What is released from aerobic respiration?

    carbon dioxide + water

    oxygen + fructose

    oxygen + water

    carbon dioxide + fructose

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  • Q5

    Food is a store of chemical energy, which is transferred to the football player when eaten.

    true
    false
    True or False
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  • Q6

    Manager Gareth Southgate wants his team to build healthy muscles. He also wants to help their bodies grow and repair. What should he add to their diets?

    Dairy

    Carbohydrates

    Fruits

    Proteins

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  • Q7

    A World Cup football player only needs to consume around 9,000 KJ of energy per day.

    false
    true
    True or False
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  • Q8

    Lionel Messi has got a painful cramp in his leg. This has been caused by a build-up of…

    Gastric acid

    Lactic acid

    Cholesterol

    Glucose

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  • Q9

    Centre back Wendy Renard started training twice as much to prepare for the 2019 Women’s World Cup. This caused her body to grow more new…

    Glands

    Bronchioles

    Capillaries

    White blood cells

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  • Q10

    Beth Mead has just scored a goal and shouts at the top of her lungs! What structures are found within the lungs?

    Cardiac tissue

    Nephrons

    Hepatocytes

    Alveoli

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  • Q11

    After being fouled defender Takehiro Tomiyasu has got a scab. It has been formed by…

    Plasma

    Red blood cells

    Platelets

    White blood cells

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  • Q12

    Cristiano Ronaldo has been injured and is bleeding. His red and white blood cells have been made in his…

    Capillaries

    Tendons

    Alleles

    Bone marrow

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  • Q13

    When Bukayo Saka bends his knee to strike the football…

    his triceps relax and his biceps contract

    his hamstrings relax and his quadriceps contract

    his hamstrings contract and his quadriceps relax

    his triceps contract and his biceps relax

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  • Q14

    In midfielder Megan Rapinoe’s ankles are tendons which attach…

    The bones in the ankle to muscles

    To muscles either side of the ankle

    To bones either side of the ankle

    The bones in the ankle to the knee

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  • Q15

    What does playing football decrease?

    Tidal volume

    Breathing rate

    Heart rate

    The risk of a heart attack

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