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Ch 20: TExES Life Science: Biological Evolution

About This Chapter

Strengthen your understanding of biological evolution when you watch this chapter's video lessons on the subject. In doing so, you can increase the likelihood that you'll correctly answer corresponding questions on the TExES Life Science examination.

TExES Life Science: Biological Evolution - Chapter Summary

This chapter is designed to help you build upon what you've already learned about biological evolution. Through its concise educational video lessons, the chapter allows you to take another look at population genetics and rapid adaptation as well as the process of natural selection. You can also learn more about random mutations and genetic variability as you get set to pass the TExES Life Science examination. Utilize this chapter for help with:

  • Understanding the theory of evolution and explaining the evidence that supports it
  • Discussing the rate of evolution
  • Analyzing Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium and explaining the uses for the equation and evolutionary agents
  • Describing the processes and types of natural selection
  • Explaining rapid adaptation and the peppered moths
  • Understanding the types and processes of speciation
  • Defining genetic variability and artificial selection

Delivered by professional educators, the video lessons in this chapter aim to improve your knowledge of these topics. When you watch, you'll find video tags that are useful for quickly locating specific details. Written transcripts of the lessons are also included. Test your knowledge and ensure that you're ready to take the TExES Life Science examination by taking the self-assessment quizzes.

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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