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Ch 27: FTCE Biology: Human Reproductive Systems

About This Chapter

Use the lessons and quizzes in this chapter to learn about the structure and function of male and female reproductive systems. This information will help you get ready to answer these types of questions on the FTCE Biology exam.

FTCE Biology: Human Reproductive Systems - Chapter Summary

The video lessons in this chapter include information on animal, including human, reproduction. You'll learn all the topics needed to answer questions on the human reproductive system on the FTCE Biology exam. At the the end of the chapter, you should be prepared to:

  • Discuss animal reproduction and development
  • Describe the anatomy and function of the male and female reproductive systems
  • Explain the ovarian cycle

These brief and engaging videos, taught by professionals, prepare you for test questions on reproduction. The transcripts and highlighted key words and terms may help you in your learning.

Objectives of the FTCE Biology: Human Reproductive Systems Chapter

Florida requires passing the FTCE Biology exam for anyone who wants to be certified to teach the subject. Questions on the material from this chapter are found in the test's section on the structural and functional diversity of animals, which makes up 13% of the total questions on the test.

All FTCE Biology questions are multiple-choice, and the test is administered on computer. You can get realistic practice in taking this type of test through the quizzes at the end of all our lessons.

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