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Ch 13: NYSTCE Biology: Plant Cells

About This Chapter

Get ready for the NYSTCE Biology exam with this chapter on plant cells. You'll watch engaging video lessons to brush up on topics you may not have covered in awhile. Use the practice quizzes to test your knowledge after completing the lessons.

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This chapter is designed to help you correctly answer questions about plant cells on the NYSTCE Biology exam. After working through this study guide, you will be proficient in the following:

  • Components and structure of chloroplasts
  • Cell walls and the central vacuole of plant cells
  • Chlorophyll reactions
  • Photosynthesis

Our video lessons are short and to-the-point; each lesson covers a topic in ten minutes or less! The lesson quizzes and chapter exam are a great way to test your knowledge. If you get any questions on the quizzes wrong, use the quick links to jump right to the corresponding part of the lesson.

NYSTCE Biology: Plant Cells Objectives

Passing the NYSTCE Biology exam is required to teach biology in the state of New York. The exam is made up of 90 selected-response questions and one constructed-response question and will take four hours to complete.

The resources in this study guide will get you ready for questions on plant cells and photosynthesis in the cell biology and biochemistry subarea of the NYSTCE Biology exam. This section of the exam makes up about 17% of the total questions. Among other topics, you'll be asked about cell structure and function and the process of photosynthesis as well as the raw materials, significance and products of photosynthesis.

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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