Growth rate in animals, Biology


Growth rate is different at different periods of life.

Growth period in human may be studied in 5 steps -

(i) Prenatal - In gestation period for 9 month.

(ii) Infantile - Upto 10 months of age.

(iii) Earlychildhood - After 10 months upto 5 yrs.

(iv) Juvinile - After 5 yr. upto puberty.

(v) Adolescent plus postadolescent - After 14 yrs. upto 22 yrs.

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