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Ch 9: TExES Life Science: Organic Compounds

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Refresh your memory on organic compounds by viewing the short but engaging lessons in this chapter. Use these lessons to get ready for related questions on the TExES Life Science 7-12 test.

TExES Life Science: Organic Compounds - Chapter Summary

Find out what happens when organic molecules combine as you view these informative lessons. To improve your chances of answering questions on this organic compounds correctly on the TExES Life Science 7-12 test, review our lessons on the following:

  • Polymers and monomers
  • Functions and structures of lipids
  • Different types of proteins
  • Protein function and design
  • The arrangement and uses of carbohydrates

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TExES Life Science: Organic Compounds - Chapter Objectives

The TExES Life Science 7-12 test is part of the certification process for life science educators. There are 100 selected-response questions on this test, but not all questions may be scored. There are six major fields of inquiry covered in this test. The organic compound topics covered in this chapter could be found in some of the questions in the cell structure and processes content domain, which makes up 20% of the total score.

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