Question: Can you name the Dutch footballer Manchester United attempted to sign in April 2000 only for the transfer to collapse over a failed medical?
Answer: Ruud van Nistelrooy
Question: A person who studies biology is known as a what?
Question: Grasslands are located on every continent except which one?
Question: A jaglion is the offspring of a lion and which other big cat?
Question: Singultus' is the medical term for which condition?
Question: l240. Name the £l5million rated FA Premier League striker who United were linked with only 2days after the l999-2000 season had ended. for the transfer to collapse over a failed medical?
Answer: Robbie Fowler
Question: All the members of a single species that live in a habitat is called the what?
Question: How is macroalgae commonly referred to?
Question: In medical history, what did Edward Jenner discover in 1796?
Question: One of the main problems with bacteria is they produce what?
Question: During growth in the cell cycle which of the following increases inside the cell?
Question: During meiosis, which creates four cells, how many times does the cell divide?
Question: How does insulin travel around the body?
Question: Bovinophobia is a fear of what?
Question: Asexual reproduction requires what?
Answer: One parent
Question: Found on the human body, especially the face, what is another name for lentigines?
Question: How many lungs does a normal human have?
Question: Cephalgia is a medical term for what malady?
Question: A lack of iodine in your diet leads to which medical condition?
Question: Medical History: What occurred first?
Answer: Fleming invents Penicillin
Question: According to US medical advice, which of these is the safest type of sun lotion?
Question: Lateral epicondylitis is the medical term for which condition?
Answer: Tennis elbow
Question: A group of lions is known as a what?
Question: How do new species evolve?
Answer: Natural Selection
Question: Cell body, axon and dendrite are part of what?
Question: I.V.F. or In Vitro Fertilisation is the medical term for test tube babies. What does 'in vitro' literally mean?
Answer: In glass
Question: From what plant was paper originally made?
Question: In the popular 70's TV show M.A.S.H., what war was the medical outfit involved in?
Question: How many bones in an adult human body?
Question: As of 2008, which country is the leader in medical research and pharmaceutical development?
Answer: United States
Question: In savannah areas what animals wouldn't you find?
Question: A predator species is most likely to have what?
Answer: Eyes at the front
Question: How are hormones transported around the body?
Answer: Blood Stream
Question: Cotton plants are grown to make oil and what else?
Question: In human biology, what do melanin and carotene determine?
Answer: Hair colour
Question: Brachiotomy is the medical term for the removal of what part of the body?
Question: How often on average do humans dream?
Answer: 5 times a night
Question: How is the coloration of an animal determined?
Question: Digits' are another name for which part of the body?
Question: Felis cattus is the scientific name for which animal?
Question: In the medical world, what part of your body would interest 'Rhinologists'?
Answer: Your nose
Question: K-Y Jelly was first used in what medical field?
Question: Dorsalgia' is the medical term for pain in what part of the body?
Question: How does alcohol effect your reactions?
Answer: Slows them down
Question: How many upper chambers are there in the human heart?
Question: Extremities feeling numb or turning very pale is a sign of what?
Question: How many distinct layers of skin are there on the human body?
Question: In medical terms, what does the suffix '-cyte' mean?
Question: How many times does an average human heart beat in a day?
Question: A mix of nitrous oxide and oxygen used as a medical anaesthesia during childbirth gas is called what?
Question: Aerobic respiration releases more what than anaerobic respiration?
Question: How many lower chambers are there in the human heart?
Question: Agoraphobia is a fear of what?
Answer: Public Spaces
Question: Epistaxis is the medical term for which common complaint?
Answer: Nose Bleed
Question: Insulin is an example of what type of protein?
Question: How is the medical condition diplopia more commonly known?
Answer: Double vision
Question: Dairy products are generally made from what common liquid?
Question: Deciduous trees provide mostly which type of wood?
Answer: Hard wood
Question: From which bean is ricin extracted?
Question: On which continent did the ostrich originate?
Question: Medical History: What occurred first?
Answer: X Rays discovered
Question: A common risk factor for heart disease is what?
Answer: Being overweight
Question: Chemicals secreted by glands are known as what?
Question: How much of the human body is water?
Answer: About two thirds
Question: In pregnancy, what is the medical procedure whereby a small amount of amniotic fluid is taken to test for abnormalities in the fetus?
Question: Pertussis' is the medical term for which condition?
Answer: Whooping cough
Question: How many phases of rapid growth do humans have?
Question: Having as wide a range of species as possible is referred to as what?
Question: Body temperature can be measured from where?
Answer: The mouth
Question: Insulin is secreted and then glucose converted to glycogen when blood sugar is what?
Answer: Too high
Question: Eupepsia is the medical term for good what?
Question: A pair of genes that code for a certain characteristic are called a what?
Question: How old was the oldest women ever recorded?
Answer: 122 years
Question: A deficiency in vitamin C causes which disease?
Question: A fungus is technically which of these?
Question: Earliest to latest, put these 20th century medical discoveries in order.
Answer: Chromosomes discovered
Question: In medical science 'renal' refers to?
Question: In medical terms, what does the suffix '-genic' mean?
Question: How many chambers does a human heart have?
Question: Glaucoma effects which part of the body?
Question: The liver belongs to which body system?
Question: Trees that lose their leaves in the autumn are called what?
Question: The cornea is the surface of which body part?
Question: The study of growing gardens, orchards and ornamentals is known as what?
Question: What are elephants' tusks made of?
Question: Put these historic medical practices in chronological order.
Question: Thyme, bay leaf, basil and mint belong to which group?
Question: The zygote divides by mitosis to form what?
Question: The aorta is the largest what in the body?
Question: Vertebrates are animals with what?
Answer: A spine
Question: The T-rex is often portrayed as which color?
Question: The fear of what animal is known as 'arachnophobia'?
Question: The bone at the base of your spine is known as the what?
Question: The liver belongs to which system?
Question: Prepatellar bursitis is the medical term for which ailment?
Answer: Housemaid's knee
Question: What are the colorful parts of a flower called?
Question: Uveitis affects which part of the body?
Question: The disadvantage of animals relying on simple reflexes is that they can't what?
Answer: Respond to new stimuli
Question: Synchronous diaphragmatic flutter is a medical term for what?
Question: The flow of blood through your heart and around your body is called what?
Question: The ability to do physical activity is known as what?
Question: Sort these medical inventions in order from earliest to latest creation.
Question: St Jude Medical has which ticker symbol?
Question: The leaf from which plant is on the Canadian flag?
Question: The vegetables, fruits, meats, nuts, herbs and spices used in cooking are the what?
Question: The lungs, trachea and nose are part of which organ system?
Question: The pharynx is the medical term for what part of the body?
Question: Unlike plant cells, bacterial cells have no what?
Question: Varicella is the medical name for which illness?
Question: Trees that shed their leaves every year are called what?
Question: The Gall Bladder is attached to which other organ?
Question: Trees are what?
Question: What are herbicides designed to kill?
Question: The U.S. government is investigating the use of algae for what?
Question: The Death Cap is the most poisonous variety of what?
Question: Penicillin, an antibiotic to fight bacteria, belongs to which family?
Question: The speed at which chemical reactions take place in our bodies is known as what?
Answer: Metabolic rate
Question: The umbilicus is the medical term for which part of the body?
Question: One of the symptoms of hypothermia what?
Question: Patrick Steptoe and Robert Edwards were pioneers in what medical field?
Answer: In-vitro fertilisation
Question: The death of every member of a particular species is known as what?
Question: The study of forests and woods is called what?
Question: The bones that make up your spine are called what?
Question: Trachoma is a disease that affects what?
Question: What are substances added to food for preserving flavors, or improving taste or appearance called?
Question: Toadstools are traditionally shown as what colors?
Answer: Red and white
Question: Oxygen diffuses across multi-lobed air sacs in the lungs called?
Question: The amount of mineral matter per square centimeter of bones is known as what?
Answer: Bone density
Question: Oystercatcher birds hunt mussels and are classified as stabbers or what?
Question: The medical treatment HRT is used to counteract the effects of what?
Question: Typhoid is caused by which organism?
Question: The bones around your chest that protect organs such as the heart are called what?
Question: Sickle cell disease effects which part of the body?
Question: Rubeola is the medical term for which disease?
Question: Order these feats in medical history from earliest to latest.
Answer: Minor surgery
Question: Trees that don't loose their leaves in winter are known as what?
Question: The DNA code is made up of which four letters?
Question: The sternum is the medical name for what?
Question: The brain can modify a reflex arc via which neurons?
Question: Piles is a slang term used to describe what medical condition?
Question: Vitamin B6 deficiency can cause what?
Question: Varian Medical Systems has which ticker symbol?
Question: The failure to produce enough insulin leads to which medical condition?
Question: What does survival of the fittest mean?
Answer: Best adapted survive
Question: What do most people seek a chiropractors for?
Answer: Lower back pain
Question: What color is the chest of a male robin?
Question: What is the medical condition of an enlarged thyroid gland known as?
Question: What is 'botanophobia' a fear of?
Question: What is the medical term for a person with six fingers?
Question: What do we call the study of dinosaurs?
Question: What is the colored part of the eye called?
Question: What does B stand for in BMD?
Question: What is an amount of biological material known?
Question: What is the medical name for housemaid's knee?
Question: What do we call the hierarchy of which animals eat which?
Answer: Food Chain
Question: What do we call the study of the human body?
Question: What is the common name of the orca?
Answer: Killer Whale
Question: What do surgeons do before surgery in interest of hygiene?
Answer: Scrubbing Up
Question: What can happen if the number of individuals of a particular species becomes low?
Question: What do scientists study to learn more about dinosaurs?
Question: What does B stand for in BMI?
Question: What is aquaculture?
Answer: Fish farming
Question: What is genetic information carried by?
Question: What is the medical term for a jawbone?
Question: What is the medical name for the craving of bizarre foods that some women experience during pregnancy?
Question: What do food chains always start with?
Question: What causes red-green color deficiency?
Answer: Inherited disorder
Question: What do we call the natural openings in the skin?
Question: What is the medical name for a squint?
Question: What is the major concern about overuse of antibiotics?
Question: What is an additional requirement specific to the basic processes of human life?
Question: What is the medical name for the 'Swine Flu'?
Question: What does M stand for in BMD?
Question: What has led scientists to conclude there was animal life 700 million years ago?
Question: What is 'sternutation' the medical term for?
Question: What does oviparous mean?
Answer: Lays eggs
Question: What is the medical term for a defect in memory?
Question: What is fossilized tree resin called?
Question: What do chromosomes carry?
Question: What is the medical term for a repetitive movement, especially of the head?
Question: What does the medical term dolent mean?
Question: What is pediculosis capitis caused by?
Answer: Head lice
Question: What is the major function of the colon?
Answer: To take up fluid
Question: What class of creature is a Dromedary camel?
Question: What do we call the openings in the skin?
Question: What is another name for maize?