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Biology Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

Not all bacteria, viruses, and fungi are bad for our health. Doubt that? Then uncover these 10 amazing biology fun facts.

Not all bacteria, viruses, and fungi are bad for our health. Doubt that? What then is used to bake your bread and pastries? Yeast of course! (Heads up it is a type of fungi). There are more surprises in the place of biology in our biology fun facts.

Biology Fun Facts

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When babies are born, they have about 300 bones in their body. This is why they're so flexible. The older they get, their bones start to fuse together and this becomes the 206 bones that the average adult has.
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While blood type O is known as the universal donor, blood type AB is known as the universal receiver. This means that someone with blood type AB can receive blood from someone with blood type A, B, or O.
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An omnivore is a term reserved for an animal that eats both meat and plants with the prefix omni- meaning everything. A carnivore only eats meat while a herbivore only eats plants.
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When it comes to single-celled organisms, they can either be a prokaryote or a eukaryote. The defining factor is that eukaryotes have a nucleus while prokaryotes do not.
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DNA is essentially the genetic instructions of the human body. It is a code that when analyzed can be used to determine genetic traits. The acronym stands for deoxyribonucleic acid.
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The human genome should have a total of 46 chromosomes but 23 pairs. These pairs can determine thing such as whether you're a male or female or whether you'll have any conditions or diseases.
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The femur is the longest bone in the body and can be found in the thigh. It begins at the pelvic bone and continues to the patella (knee).
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Iron is the metal that can be found in the blood. It is very important in the transpiration process and helps transport oxygen throughout the body.
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Charles Darwin is a scientist who coined the idea of natural selection - that animals who have the ability to adapt to their environment have a better chance at survival and reproduction.
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In biology, the pH scale measures how acidic or basic something is. The lower the number, the more acidic while the higher the number means it is basic. A pH of 7 is neutral which is what the human blood pH is, more specifically around 7.35-7.45.

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