Ch 25: FTCE Biology: The Nervous, Immune & Endocrine Systems

About This Chapter

Use these lessons and self-assessment quizzes to prepare for the FTCE Biology exam. You'll learn about the structure of the nervous system, the parts of the brain and how the immune system works.

FTCE Biology: The Nervous, Immune & Endocrine Systems - Chapter Summary

Preparing for the FTCE Biology exam is easy with these engaging video lessons. Our lessons cover topics including the structure of the nervous system, homeostasis and the immune system. After completing this chapter, you should be equipped to:

  • Explain the anatomy and function of the human nervous system
  • Analyze the structure and purpose of neurons
  • Report on human homeostasis and temperature regulation
  • Describe the parts and function of the human brain
  • Define inflammation and antibodies
  • Describe pathogens, viruses, vaccines and antibiotics

These short videos are taught by experts who know what you'll need to tackle the FTCE questions. You can study at your own speed, using the video timelines to easily find parts that require further review.

Objectives of the FTCE Biology: The Nervous, Immune & Endocrine Systems Chapter

In Florida, teachers seeking certification to teach biology must pass the FTCE Biology exam. Questions on the nervous, immune and endocrine systems are in the structural and functional diversity of animals section, which comprises 13% of the 120 total questions on the test. The test is entirely multiple-choice, with questions similar to our quizzes found at the end of each lesson.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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