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Question 1: ________ dissected from a calf's eye, appearing black and blue due to iridescence
Red-eye effectTapetum lucidumApertureRGB color model

Question 2: ________ or interference pigments sometimes used for custom paintjobs on cars
SiliconeGuaninePearlescent coatingsZinc

Question 3: ________ is a gemstone consisting of iridescent ammonite fossils
GoldDiamondEmeraldAmmolite

Question 4: the black feathers of ________, ravens starlings and grackles.
Common RavenCrowCorvus (genus)Corvidae

Question 5: Conventional photography only records the specific effect of iridescence, just as it only captures the effect of two dimensions; however, iridescence can be reproduced by ________ (which includes phase information).
HolographyFocal lengthHigh dynamic range imagingRGB color model

Question 6: The word iridescence is derived in part from the Greek word iris (pl. irides), meaning "rainbow", which in turn derives from the goddess Iris of ________, who is the personification of the rainbow and acted as a messenger of the gods.
MuseGreek mythologyHeraApollo

Question 7: Iridescence may be seen commonly in soap bubbles, ________ wings and sea shells.
ButterflyInsectLepidopteraNymphalidae

Question 8: the wings of certain insects, such as the ________.
Morpho adonisMorpho helenorMorphoMorpho deidamia







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