Q1- What did he realise was necessary for winning a prize at the fair?
Q2- Where did Richard grew up?
Q3- Which book did his mother give him?
Q4. Name Richard’s college room mate
Q5- ____ is the blueprint of life
Q6- Which butterfiles copied monarchs to prevent being eaten by birds?
Q7. What did Richard’s dad do?
Q8- What was the purpose of the gold spots on the monarch pupa?
Q9. Name Ebright’s social science teacher.
Q10- Where did Ebright study?
Q11. How many gold spots were there on a Monarch pupa?
Q12- What qualities did Richard possess?
Q13. In which class was Ebright when he lost at the county science fair?
Q14. What groundbreaking research did Ebright do?
Q15. He was an excellent _____
Q16. Who did he write to get an idea for a real science experiment?
Q17. Which butterlies were not eaten by birds?
Q18.He tried to grow _____ in the presence of betties
Q19. What did he collect during his childhood?
Q20. When did he find the cause of a viral disease common among caterpillars?
Q21. How many species of butterflies had he collected till second grade?
Q22. What was he fond of in his childhood?
Q23. “It was his fascination for _____ that opened the world of science to him.”
Q24. Which of the following is a part of the life cycle of butterflies?
Q25. At what grade did Richard get a hint of what real science is?
Q26. Ebright is an expert………….
Q27. Which book did Ebright’s mother give him to?
Q28. Which of the following is a type of butterflies?
Q29. Ebright tried to grow caterpillars in the presence of :
Q30. Who encouraged Ebright in his interest in learning?
Q31. Richard H. Ebright was famous :
Q32- Who is the writer of the story “The Making of a Scientist”?
Q33- At what age did he invent the theory on how cells work?
Q34- How did his mother help him?
Q35- When did he get a hint of real science?
Q36- “_____is the blueprint for life”
Q37- Where did he come from?