Ch 20: OAE - Biology: Protists, Fungi & Viruses

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You'll benefit from these intriguing yet educational lessons designed to teach you all about protists, fungi, and viruses. View the lessons as many times as you want, and then test yourself with questions like those you'll encounter on the OAE Biology exam.

OAE - Biology: Protists, Fungi & Viruses - Chapter Summary

Reacquaint yourself with protists, viruses, and fungi with these handy lessons in order to study for the OAE Biology exam. You'll become familiar with the characteristics and evolutionary histories of different organisms. After immersing yourself in these lessons, you'll be ready to:

  • Track the evolutionary progression of prokaryotes from archaebacteria to eubacteria
  • Discuss the importance of the development of protists over time
  • Identify characteristics of plants and fungi throughout their existence
  • Classify and define different viruses
  • Describe the life cycles of certain viruses

Access the lessons wherever you want, on any Internet-accessible device. Each has been designed with you in mind to make relearning key biology information fun and easy.

OAE Biology: Protists, Fungi & Viruses - Chapter Objectives

The Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) Biology exam includes five subareas, each covering different subject matter. One section, focused on biological unity and diversity, incorporates questions about viruses, protists, and fungi. Twenty percent of the questions on the exam appear in this domain. The OAE Biology exam uses 150 multiple-choice questions and lasts for three hours. Educators hoping to teach life sciences will need to pass the OAE Biology exam.

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