'D' in Science

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What term refers to the change in frequency of a wave for an observer moving relative to the wave's source?
What process removes waste and excess water from the blood?
What element on the Periodic Table has a symbol 'Db'?
The stomach, colon, small intenstine, and appendix are all part of what human body system?
What force resists the motion of an object through a fluid?
What is the physics term for the separation of positive and negative charges, as in a magnet?
What is the surname of the scientist who proposed the theory of natural selection?
What type of matter neither emits nor scatters light or other electromagnetic radiation?
What superorder of reptiles is from the Latin for 'Terrible Lizard'
What group of flowering plants typically has two embryonic leaves?
Osmosis is a type of what random motion of particles from higher to lower concentrations?
What is the surname of the scientist credited with proposing the law of partial pressures?
What invention was patented by Alfred Nobel in 1867?
What is the logarithmic unit often used to measure acoustics and electronics?
What Greek letter is used to denote change?
'Double Helix' is used to describe the shape of what genetic acid?
What term is the opposite of nocturnal?
What is calculated by dividing mass by volume?
What mineral, composed of calcium magnesium carbonate, makes up part of the Alps in north-eastern Italy?
What phenomenon is described as the apparent bending of waves around small obstacles?

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