Ch 13: TExES Life Science: Metabolic Biochemistry

About This Chapter

Complete the activities in this chapter to prepare for questions on cellular respiration, electron transport chain and fermentation on the TExES Life Science 7-12 teacher certification exam.

TExES Life Science 7-12: Metabolic Biochemistry - Chapter Summary

These lessons have been put together to help you review processes of metabolic biochemistry. Watch the videos in this chapter to prepare for questions on the Texas Examination of Educator Standards (TExES) Life Science 7-12 test about:

  • Stages of cellular respiration
  • Products and steps of the electron transport chain
  • Differences and similarities between lactic acid and alcoholic fermentation

Be sure to ask our instructors any questions you may have to ensure your complete understanding of the material. You can also reinforce your retention of the information presented by completing lesson quizzes.

TExES Life Science 7-12: Metabolic Biochemistry - Chapter Objectives

The TExES Life Science 7-12 exam is used in the state of Texas as part of the certification process for teaching the life sciences. When you take this computer-administered test, you will be asked to respond to 100 multiple-choice items in a five-hour testing session. Of these questions, you can expect 20% to be on cell structures and processes, including some on metabolic biochemistry. Complete the lessons in this chapter improve your understanding of metabolic biochemistry, so you'll be ready for these types of questions.

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