Ch 17: Michigan Merit Exam: Cell Specialization

About This Chapter

This chapter on cell specialization is designed to aid you in preparing for the biology sections of the Michigan Merit Exam. The concise video lessons and accompanying written transcripts help to increase lesson comprehension by presenting the same material in two ways.

Michigan Merit Exam: Cell Specialization - Chapter Summary

If you're planning to take the Michigan Merit Exam, you should prepare for the portions that cover scientific topics. Use this chapter's lessons to discover the ways in which cells change and adapt as needed, helping organisms perform functions vital to their survival. The topics covered in this chapter include:

  • Cell differentiation processes
  • Examples of cell differentiation
  • Specialized structures in organisms

Our video lessons can be viewed as many times as needed to aid in comprehension. The interactive timeline feature enables you to skip straight to any video topic you need to review. Written lesson transcripts enhance comprehension, and the lesson quizzes and chapter exams help make sure you have retained the information you need. Any questions you may have can be answered when you use the teacher tab.

Michigan Merit Exam: Cell Specialization Objectives

The Michigan Merit Exam (MME) is actually three tests: The ACT Plus Writing, Three sections of the ACT WorkKeys, and a Michigan-specific test called M-Step. The MME is given to 11th graders in Michigan to assess their academic performance relative to state standards. This chapter on cell specialization pertains specifically to any biology content on the paper-based ACT Plus Writing test and the computer-based, 50-minute-long M-Step. The ACT science test is timed at 35 minutes and has 40 multiple-choice questions.

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