Ch 25: NYSTCE Biology: Animals & Evolution

About This Chapter

Watch these lessons to improve your understanding of the history of the evolution of animals. Learn about embryonic development, life cycles and the significance of the physiological processes as you prepare for the NYSTCE Biology exam.

NYSTCE Biology: Animals & Evolution - Chapter Summary

The lessons of this chapter have been assembled to help you review evolutionary history and life cycles. These lesson videos are taught by our expert instructors who will help you prepare for related questions on the New York State Teacher Certification Examination (NYSTCE) Biology about:

  • History of animal and human evolution
  • Embryonic development
  • Life cycles of vertebrates and invertebrates
  • Important physiological processes of animals

Watch these lesson videos on your mobile devices whenever you are not at your computer to take full advantage of their versatility. As long as you have Web access, you can study whether you prefer to use a computer, smartphone or tablet. The videos are narrated and feature animation. Short, multiple-choice quizzes are included.

NYSTCE Biology: Animals & Evolution Chapter Objectives

Prospective biology teachers in the state of New York take the NYSTCE Biology exam to demonstrate their mastery over their field of study. This is a computer-based exam that contains 90 multiple-choice questions and one constructed-response assignment. You must complete the exam in 240 minutes or less.

This chapter will help you prepare for questions on evolutionary history from the exam's Genetics and Evolution subarea. In addition, you'll be required to complete questions about embryonic development, life cycles and physiological processes from the Biological Unity and Diversity and Life Processes subarea.

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