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Can you name the Biology image for each letter of the alphabet?
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I hope it's self-explanatory...(but you do need to be fairly specific with V) Have you tried the general science versions? Also available in Chemistry and Physics flavours
A-Z of Science Pictures
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Apr 13th, 2011 at 23:36 GMT
My immediate thought for P was penis. Oops.
Apr 14th, 2011 at 08:37 GMT
That's probably because no textbook at any school ever has had an unadulterated picture of one!
May 7th, 2011 at 18:22 GMT
For L I kept trying "ligand", and I was sad when I saw the answer. >_< Pretty nice variety, I had only never heard of the answer for Q.
May 7th, 2011 at 20:28 GMT
But now anyone trying that won't be sad, so from your sadness good things have come.
May 21st, 2011 at 14:00 GMT
Well I've just selected my own quiz for curator's pick the first time. I hope nobody is too miffed by this as this quiz seems to have gone down well with fellow Sporclers so far...
May 22nd, 2011 at 20:31 GMT
Great quiz! Typed in Nematode for N though I thought it looked more like a tapeworm... then I figured it out.
May 22nd, 2011 at 22:03 GMT
Very nice, hope to see sequels. Kicking myself for missing Y chromosome.
May 22nd, 2011 at 23:40 GMT
wow, i really thought that F was Frank Drebin (Naked Gun movies).
May 23rd, 2011 at 18:45 GMT
Thanks tallsaul and HarryNJ, glad you've enjoyed it. Love the nematode misidentifying. @elsinorejohn I wasn't sure, did some googling and turns out you're right. Naked gun does antibiotic research. It's a scary thought.
Jun 27th, 2011 at 15:34 GMT
I kept looking at the ribcage picture thinking P...P... because the P under it is close to the ?---- Guessing Pleural stuff and completely failing to realise it was in fact I. What a buttmunch.
Jun 27th, 2011 at 15:35 GMT
Also I didn't get Lock & Key model because at my school they taught it as 'hand and glove' :) Cuter!
Nov 28th, 2011 at 18:04 GMT
Not sure the picture clues us in enough to get 'xerophyte.' All the specified structures might occur in other plants, which leads one to guess repeated variations on 'xylem,' which is specific enough as it is.
Nov 29th, 2011 at 14:25 GMT
@jobean82 - you're right that is much much cuter. @cthulhu thanks for the feedback but the hairs on the underside and the lower epidermis that is curled inside are key features, I did include to labels in an attempt to reduce any ambiguity. I also chose one that didn't show the xylem at all as I'd used that in A-Z of Science Pictures 2.
Dec 20th, 2011 at 07:42 GMT
Do you think it would be appropriate to add "Redox Reaction" to the list of acceptable answers for 'R'? Furthermore, the combustion of glucose in the presence of oxygen, means that the more correct answer would be aerobic respiration. Either way, there are undeniably changes in oxidation states in this reaction, making it redox.
Jan 23rd, 2012 at 20:24 GMT
it should be cellular respiration not respiration or at least you should accept that as well also you should accept diffusion for osmosis because it can be representing both
Jan 24th, 2012 at 16:28 GMT
@TheMaz, thanks for the feedback I'll definitely add that as an option as it does fit too. I'm aware this is aerobic respiration but hopefully it shouldn't be a big leap of thought for people to use the more general term once they realise it starts with R. Certainly in the UK we are taught this as just respiration until you study Biology in more depth later on. @natty the answers need to match the letter (note A-z of Biology pictures), also the rise in fluid level on one side of the diagram is pretty indicative.
May 15th, 2012 at 10:16 GMT
I was sure 'T' was translation...gotta brush up on my bio! Also, I tried 'mitochondriA' for 'M' ... plural get me every time! Even so, 2 thumb up!
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