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Squeaky bum time! Here’s a secondary school science test

Happy Science Week! Now light that bunsen burner and let’s get going…

IT’S SCIENCE WEEK, so what better way to celebrate than with a science test?

What can you remember from your school days, apart from dissecting an earthworm and throwing the guts at the person you fancied?

1. Name one thing a plant cell has that an animal cell doesn’t?

2. What would happen to a piece of blue litmus paper if you placed it in an acid?

3. Identify this molecule:

4. What gas is produced during photosynthesis?

5. Identify this part of the male reproductive system (NO SNIGGERING):

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6. What is the average pH of the human body?

7. Name three noble gases:

8. In E=mc2, what does the ‘c’ stand for?

9. What are these pieces of laboratory glassware called?

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10. What is the Citric Acid Cycle also known as?

11. What does DNA stand for?

12. Name this vessel, which is the largest artery in the body:

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13. How do you measure the density of a liquid?

14. What is missing in anaerobic respiration?

15. What is the molecular formula of glucose?

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