'G' in Science

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What device is used to measure ionizing radiation, such as in the Schrödinger's Cat thought experiment?
What largest moon of Jupiter is named after a Trojan prince in Greek myth?
The movement of what large bodies of ice and snow result in cirques and moraines?
What biological discipline is the study of heredity?
What astronomical entities can be classified as elliptical, spiral, or irregular?
What device is used to measure and/or maintain orientation?
What class of mollusks are generically called snails and/or slugs?
What simple sugar (C6H12O6) is a product of photosynthesis and fuels cellular respiration?
What phenomenon refers to the rising temperature of Earth's atmosphere since the late 19th century?
What prefix denotes a magnitude of one billion in the metric system?
What vegetation-covered biome occurs naturally on all continents except for Antarctica?
What biologically-hazardous electromagnetic radiation has high frequency, and therefore energy?
The exchange of what elementary particles by quarks is responsible for the strong force?
What nucleobase is paired with cytosine in DNA?
What Italian scientist improved upon the telescope and discovered four of Jupiter's moons?
What term collectively refers to (in humans) the ovum and the sperm?
What group of seed-producing plants (ie conifers, cycads, and Ginkgoes) contrasts flowering plants?
Whose law states that a gas' pressure is directly proportional to its temperature?
Which element, named after a country, has an atomic number of 32?
What term refers to the attraction between two bodies of mass?

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