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Ch 30: TExES Science 7-12: Protists, Fungi & Viruses

About This Chapter

Protists, fungi and viruses vary in structure and function. This chapter of the TExES Science 7-12 review course looks at the characteristics of these organisms to help you prepare for the TExES exam.

TExES Science 7-12: Protists, Fungi & Viruses - Chapter Summary

Protists, fungi and viruses share some similar traits, but are also vastly different in many areas. In this set of video lessons, you will have a chance to thoroughly brush up on your knowledge of simple substances as you study for the TExES Science 7-12 exam. The following topics are be found in this chapter:

  • Evolution of protists
  • Characteristics and evolution of plants and fungi
  • Structure and function of viruses
  • Evolution of prokaryotes

The lessons in this chapter feature a timeline that gives you the option of freely moving back and forth in each video, so you will never need to worry about losing your place. If you have any extra questions about fungi, viruses or protists, you can send a message to the science experts at Study.com through your dashboard.

Chapter Practice Exam
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