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B3e Growing Up
1. The diagram shows a leaf cell from a plant. Label the parts.
Answer the following questions by choosing a letter from the diagram.
Use the names of these parts to complete the following.
(i) Which part of the cell provides support?
(ii) Which part of the cell contains cell sap?
(iii) Which part of the cell is a chloroplast?
(iv) Which part of the cell contains genetic information?
(v) Which part of the cell is the cytoplasm?
2. The main phases of human growth on a growth curve:
i................
c................
a................ (puberty)
m................ (adulthood)
o................ age.
3. When analyzing on describing graphs, such as this question below, bear in mind
these points:
Describe how the quantity in the `Y' axis changes ( increases/ decreases
) when the quantity in the `X' axis change. (Circled in the graph below).
An example of the way to describe this graph generally: "as Steve and
get older their masses increase". You need to be sometimes more
specific, as you can see from the questions below.

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When the line is steeper, the quantity and the `Y' axis is changing faster
When the line is flat, the quantity in the `Y' axis is not changing.
Try this question now:
Kate and Steve are twins.
The graph shows how their mass changes as they grow.
(i) For how many years was Kate heavier than Steve?
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(ii) Between which ages was Steve growing at the fastest rate?
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