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Ch 13: FTCE Biology: Cell Communication

About This Chapter

Use our video lessons and quizzes on cell communication to prepare for these types of questions on the FTCE Biology exam. Learn about signal reception, transduction and cellular responses to signals.

FTCE Biology: Cell Communication - Chapter Summary

Watch our video lessons on cell communication and learn about how cells relay messages. You'll study terms such as signal transduction pathway and learn about the chemical components of cellular communication as you prepare for related questions on the FTCE Biology exam. After completing the lessons in this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Give a general overview of cell communication
  • Explain the process of signal reception in cells
  • Analyze transduction and its purpose in cell communication
  • Define cellular responses to signals and what they mean

These lessons and quizzes will help you get the cell communication information you need for the FTCE Biology exam. Our instructors are experts in the field and make learning enjoyable while helping you prepare for the test.

Objectives of the FTCE Biology: Cell Communication Chapter

Certification to teach biology in Florida requires passing the FTCE Biology test. Questions on cell communication are in the section on knowledge of the chemical processes of living things, which makes up 14% of the FTCE exam.

There are 120 questions on the FTCE Biology exam. All are multiple-choice. You can practice taking a similar test with the quizzes at the end of each of our video lessons. Through our quizzes, you can assess your knowledge of the subject and become comfortable answering questions presented in the same format as those on the exam.

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