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2 Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Life Cycles

3 Question 1

4 What conditions are needed for germination? A air, water and light B air, water and warmth C air, water and dark D air, warmth and light

5 What conditions are needed for germination? A air, water and light B air, water and warmth C air, water and dark D air, warmth and light

6 £100

7 Question 2

8 The sticky top to the female part of the flower is called A the stigma B the style C the sepal D the stamen

9 The sticky top to the female part of the flower is called A the stigma B the style C the sepal D the stamen

10 £200

11 Question 3

12 Pollination is the transfer of pollen A from stigma to style B from stigma to stamen C from stamen to style D from stamen to stigma

13 Pollination is the transfer of pollen A from stigma to style B from stigma to stamen C from stamen to style D from stamen to stigma

14 £300

15 Question 4

16 The dandelion is pollinated by A the wind B birds C insects D water

17 The dandelion is pollinated by A the wind B birds C insects D water

18 £500

19 Question 5

20 When pollen joins with an ovule making a seed, this is called A pollination B germination C fertilisation D seed dispersal

21 When pollen joins with an ovule making a seed, this is called A pollination B germination C fertilisation D seed dispersal

22 £1,000

23 Question 6

24 How would a coconut be dispersed? A by wind B by water C by birds D by insects

25 How would a coconut be dispersed? A by wind B by water C by birds D by insects

26 £2,000

27 Question 7

28 After a plant has produced seeds what happens next? A flowers are made B seeds germinate C pollination occurs D seeds are dispersed

29 After a plant has produced seeds what happens next? A flowers are made B seeds germinate C pollination occurs D seeds are dispersed

30 £4,000

31 Question 8

32 Dandelion seeds are dispersed A by the wind B in animal droppings C by insects D in water

33 Dandelion seeds are dispersed A by the wind B in animal droppings C by insects D in water

34 £8,000

35 Question 9

36 Which part of the flower produces pollen? A stigma B sepal C stamen D style

37 Which part of the flower produces pollen? A stigma B sepal C stamen D style

38 £16,000

39 Question 10

40 Which baby animal depends on its mother the longest? A calf B human baby C kitten D puppy

41 Which baby animal depends on its mother the longest? A calf B human baby C kitten D puppy

42 £32,000

43 Question 11

44 Which word means dieing out for ever? A gestation B germination C dispersal D extinction

45 Which word means dieing out for ever? A gestation B germination C dispersal D extinction

46 £64,000

47 Question 12

48 Which of these animals is in danger of extinction? A cat B panda C horse D rabbit

49 Which of these animals is in danger of extinction? A cat B panda C horse D rabbit

50 £125,000

51 Question 13

52 The time a baby animal takes to develop inside its mother is called A gestation B germination C dispersal D extinction

53 The time a baby animal takes to develop inside its mother is called A gestation B germination C dispersal D extinction

54 £250,000

55 Question 14

56 Which of these is the correct sequence in a human life cycle? babychild adolescentadult D childbaby adolescent C childadolescentbabyadult B childbaby adolescent A

57 Which of these is the correct sequence in a human life cycle? adultchildbaby adolescent A childadolescentbabyadult B childbaby adolescent C babychild adolescentadult D

58 £500,000

59 Question 15

60 Which of these is dispersed by pepper-pot shaking? A apple B dandelion C poppy D blackberry

61 Which of these is dispersed by pepper-pot shaking? A apple B dandelion C poppy D blackberry

62 £1,000,000


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