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End of key stage 3 Science Assessment: Biology

In this assessment, students will review their understanding of various topics across the Biology programmes of study at key stage 3. It may take approximately 60 minutes to complete.

'End of key stage 3 Science Assessment: Biology' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:  End of Key Stage Assessments

Curriculum subtopic:  Starter Assessment

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this assessment, we'll review your understanding of Biology at key stage 3. This is a timed activity and will take approximately 60 minutes to complete. Don't worry if it takes you longer. 

Ben's friend Tom was having difficulty seeing anything at all down his microscope.

 

Here is a list of things that Tom might have got wrong. Tick the FIVE that would mean he couldn't see anything clearly down his microscope.

He forgot to put the slide on the microscope.

He hasn't switched the microscope's light on.

He hasn't got the specimen properly under the lens.

His microscope isn't angled properly.

The lenses are dirty.

He hasn't focused correctly on the specimen.

His magnification is too high.

Which of these descriptions most closely matches the function (job) of the cell membrane?

controls what enters and leaves the cell

controls the cell's activities

acts as a store for the cell

Which ONE of these cell structures is responsible for making food for the cell by using its green pigment to convert sunlight into food energy?

cell vacuole

cytoplasm

chloroplasts

Here are diagrams of a plant cell and an animal cell:

 

 

 

Here is a list of different structures that cells are made of. Tick those that are found in BOTH animal and plant cells.

nucleus

cell membrane

cell wall

cytoplasm

large central cell vacuole

chloroplasts

Here are those two cells again:

 

 

Here is that same list - this time tick structures that are ONLY found in plant cells.

nucleus

cell membrane

cell wall

cytoplasm

large central cell vacuole

chloroplasts

Organs in plants and animals are made up of groups of similar cells - what are these groups called?

layers

tissues

regions

Match up these bones with their function. 

Column A

Column B

skull
protects the heart and lungs
thigh bone (femur)
allow the skeleton to move
backbone / spine
attached to the top of the spine
rib cage
protects a thick cord of nerves
joints
has large 'walking/running' muscles attached

A class wants to find out what food types are present in a sample of food. They test the sample with different chemicals and get the following results.  

 

Chemical Observation
Iodine no change
Benedict's solution Benedict's solution changed from blue to orange
Biuret solution no change
Ethanol A white (milk-like) emulsion formed 

 

From the above results, what food types are present in the food sample?

fats

proteins

starch

sugars

Shown here is a list of foods. Decide whether the foods listed would have a high or low energy content.

 High Low
Burger
Fish and chips
Salad with no dressing
Chocolate cake
Fruit
Baked beans

Scurvy is a disease caused by the lack of which nutrient in the diet?

fats

proteins

minerals

vitamins

Look at the diagram showing the human digestive system and then answer the question below:

 

 

 

In which parts of the digestive system would amylase be used? Tick two boxes.

salivary gland (mouth)

gall bladder

bile duct

liver

stomach

In which part of the digestive system is excess water absorbed into the body?

stomach

large intestine

small intestine

oesophagus

What parts of our digestive system do friendly bacteria live in?

Tick two answers.

oesophagus

small intestine

colon

stomach

What is the role of the respiratory system?

To break down food into small soluble molecules.

To carry blood around the body.

To supply the blood with oxygen and remove waste carbon dioxide.

To supply the blood with water.

Match the correct part of the respiratory system with what it does during inhalation. If you can't read all of the words in the boxes, hover your mouse over them.

Column A

Column B

trachea
moves out and up
ribcage
allows air from the mouth and nose to pass into th...
diaphragm
contracts downwards

Which of the following occur when you breathe in and out? 

 Breathing InBreathing Out
Mouth and nose: air in
Mouth and nose: air out
Ribcage: down and in
Ribcage: up and out
Diaphragm: contract downwards
Diaphragm: relax upwards

What structures in the airways are paralyzed by smoking?

bronchioles

bronchi

cilia

What is the name given to the tiny holes on the surface of a leaf that allow the transfer of gases to take place? 

chlorophyll

chloroplast

stomata

photosynthesis

It's important to be able to recognise the major parts of the human reproductive system, so see whether you can match the labels correctly with the names in the female reproductive system:

 

Column A

Column B

P
vagina
Q
ovary
R
oviduct
S
uterus

In the matrix below identify the parts of the male and the female reproductive systems.

 female male
testes
ovaries
vagina
scrotum
penis
uterus

What is the usual length of the menstrual cycle?

28 days

30 days

35 days

In humans specialised gametes are produced called sperms and eggs. These cells are specially designed for their job.

 

Look at each description below and decide whether it applies to the sperm or the egg by dragging SPERM or EGG next to each one. (If you can't see all the words in the boxes on the left, hover your mouse over them.)

Column A

Column B

has a tail
EGG
smallest human cell
EGG
largest human cell
SPERM
can swim
SPERM
contains large food reserves
SPERM

Tick TWO things that the placenta supplies the baby with, along the umbilical cord, while it is inside its mother's uterus.

oxygen

carbon dioxide

milk

food

viruses

The stamen, the male part of the flower, is made up of which TWO of these?

sepal

anther

stalk

petal

filament

Pollen from one flower is carried to which sticky part of another flower?

leaf

stalk

stigma

Following fertilisation, what do the female cells develop into in the ovary? 

Which ONE of these explains why plants produce fruits? 

so that the fruit can develop into a new plant

so animals eat the fruit and help with seed dispersal

because it tastes nice

Which of the following drugs are addictive? Tick any that apply.

alcohol

co-codamol

heroin

nicotine

The equation below represents which natural process?

 

aerobic respiration

photosynthesis

Complete the word equation for respiration.

 

Glucose  +  ____A____  ---------->  Carbon dioxide  +  _____B_____  +  energy

 

Remember to write your answers in lower case.

 Answer
A
B

During anaerobic respiration glucose is broken down without oxygen. What is the product?

water

galactic acid

lactic acid

 

If an insecticide was sprayed on a nearby field, but was blown by the wind into this oak tree, which organisms might be AFFECTED (note that word carefully!).

just the insects

tree, insects and snails

tree, insects and birds

all of them

There are three different types of lichen that can grow on trees:

 

   
 bushy lichen leafy lichen crusty lichen

 

Which type of lichen would you expect to see in a secluded forest in the countryside, several miles away from any roads and buildings? 

bushy lichen

leafy lichen

crusty lichen

What characteristics may this man pass to his children? Tick all that apply.

 

nose shape

hair colour

eye colour

big muscles

Variations between people may be a product of their genes - something they inherited from their parents - or it may be a product of their environment.

 

Here is a list of common factors that vary between people. Try to match them to their likely cause: INHERITED or ENVIRONMENT.

If you cannot see all the words in the boxes on the left, just hover your mouse over them.

Column A

Column B

height
environment
eye colour
environment
how good you are at football
inherited
shape of ear
environment
speaking different languages
environment
your accent
inherited
hair colour
inherited
hair length
inherited

The dodo is a bird that once lived on the island of Mauritius but is now extinct.

Tick three likely reasons why you think the dodo bird went extinct.

Dodo birds found new types of food when European sailors settled in Mauritius and ate too much of their foods.

Dodo birds were hunted for meat by humans.

Dodo birds could not fly so could not escape humans when hunted.

New species introduced by European sailors, like cats and rats, ate the dodo eggs.

The dodo interbred with new bird species and went extinct.

What word is this the definition of?

'A measure of the variety of different types of life on Earth.'

Type your answer in the box below.

Green plants provide our atmosphere with which of the following gases? 

carbon dioxide

oxygen

nitrogen

argon

What is the name of the green chemical in plants that converts light energy into chemical energy? Write the word in the answer box.

Roots are an integral part of a plant. If the roots are not drawing up enough water, how do you think the rest of the plant will be affected? Tick all the answers you agree with.

The leaves will be small and droopy.

The leaves will turn brown.

The stem will grow taller.

The stem will be thin.

  • Question 1

Ben's friend Tom was having difficulty seeing anything at all down his microscope.

 

Here is a list of things that Tom might have got wrong. Tick the FIVE that would mean he couldn't see anything clearly down his microscope.

CORRECT ANSWER
He hasn't switched the microscope's light on.
He hasn't got the specimen properly under the lens.
The lenses are dirty.
He hasn't focused correctly on the specimen.
His magnification is too high.
EDDIE SAYS
Microscopes are always tricky to start off with - there's so much you need to get right to see anything! If Tom forgot to put the slide on or if he didn't angle to microscope, that wouldn't stop him seeing anything. However, without light he will see nothing, the specimen has to be under the lens and if he's way out of focus or his lens is too powerful it's going to be a struggle to see much.
  • Question 2

Which of these descriptions most closely matches the function (job) of the cell membrane?

CORRECT ANSWER
controls what enters and leaves the cell
EDDIE SAYS
The cell membrane is a bit like passport control: it makes sure that what the cell needs comes in (like oxygen, dissolved food) and helps used stuff (like CO2) out, while at the same time preventing the loss of chemicals the cell needs to work properly.
  • Question 3

Which ONE of these cell structures is responsible for making food for the cell by using its green pigment to convert sunlight into food energy?

CORRECT ANSWER
chloroplasts
EDDIE SAYS
Chloroplasts are sooo important! They contain the green pigment CHLOROPHYLL which has an amazing ability to take sunlight energy and use that to turn a gas and water into... sugar! It's that process we depend upon for life. Wow!
  • Question 4

Here are diagrams of a plant cell and an animal cell:

 

 

 

Here is a list of different structures that cells are made of. Tick those that are found in BOTH animal and plant cells.

CORRECT ANSWER
nucleus
cell membrane
cytoplasm
EDDIE SAYS
Whether the cell is from an animal or from a plant there are certain structures that pretty much all of them will have: a NUCLEUS to control what the cell's up to, CYTOPLASM where the cell's energy is extracted and a CELL MEMBRANE which acts like Border Control, in charge of what enters and leaves the cell.
  • Question 5

Here are those two cells again:

 

 

Here is that same list - this time tick structures that are ONLY found in plant cells.

CORRECT ANSWER
cell wall
large central cell vacuole
chloroplasts
EDDIE SAYS
Plants don't have bones (or an exoskeleton) so each cell has its own support, called the CELL WALL, a much more rigid structure than the membrane. The CHLOROPLASTS are the structures where plants manufacture food using the energy of sunlight. A large central CELL VACUOLE taking up up to 90% of the cell volume is present in all plant cells. Animal cell vacuoles are much smaller. Plant cell vacuoles store water and provide extra support. When a plant does not get enough water, the vacuole shrinks because it loses a lot of water. Therefore, the plant cells lose the extra support and wilt before they eventually dry.
  • Question 6

Organs in plants and animals are made up of groups of similar cells - what are these groups called?

CORRECT ANSWER
tissues
EDDIE SAYS
Whilst organs are really important in carrying out certain functions, they themselves are made up of TISSUES, which are groups of the same sort of cell. Take skin, for example: there's dermal tissue, epithelial tissue, subcutaneous tissue - oh, lots!
  • Question 7

Match up these bones with their function. 

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

skull
attached to the top of the spine
thigh bone (femur)
has large 'walking/running' muscl...
backbone / spine
protects a thick cord of nerves
rib cage
protects the heart and lungs
joints
allow the skeleton to move
  • Question 8

A class wants to find out what food types are present in a sample of food. They test the sample with different chemicals and get the following results.  

 

Chemical Observation
Iodine no change
Benedict's solution Benedict's solution changed from blue to orange
Biuret solution no change
Ethanol A white (milk-like) emulsion formed 

 

From the above results, what food types are present in the food sample?

CORRECT ANSWER
fats
sugars
EDDIE SAYS
OK, so iodine solution doesn't change, so no starch is present. Similarly there's no change in the biuret test, so no protein. However, when the food was tested with Benedict's solution (blue) it changed to a brick orange colour (= sugars present) and also an emulsion formed when it was tested with ethanol (fats/oils/lipids present).
  • Question 9

Shown here is a list of foods. Decide whether the foods listed would have a high or low energy content.

CORRECT ANSWER
 High Low
Burger
Fish and chips
Salad with no dressing
Chocolate cake
Fruit
Baked beans
EDDIE SAYS
Fatty foods such as burgers and fish and chips are very high in energy. Healthy foods such as salad and fruit are lower in energy.
It is important to be aware of your energy needs and what amount of energy you are consuming.
  • Question 10

Scurvy is a disease caused by the lack of which nutrient in the diet?

CORRECT ANSWER
vitamins
EDDIE SAYS
Scurvy is a disease caused by a lack of vitamin C in the body. Vitamin C is really important for keeping the skin in a healthy condition and it is found in citrus fruits and fresh vegetables.
  • Question 11

Look at the diagram showing the human digestive system and then answer the question below:

 

 

 

In which parts of the digestive system would amylase be used? Tick two boxes.

CORRECT ANSWER
salivary gland (mouth)
stomach
EDDIE SAYS
Amylase is used in the mouth and stomach as it breaks starch into sugars and works best in acidic conditions.
  • Question 12

In which part of the digestive system is excess water absorbed into the body?

CORRECT ANSWER
large intestine
EDDIE SAYS
Our bodies cannot afford to lose too much water and excess water is reclaimed from digested food in the large intestine before it passes out of the body in the faeces.
  • Question 13

What parts of our digestive system do friendly bacteria live in?

Tick two answers.

CORRECT ANSWER
small intestine
colon
EDDIE SAYS
Friendly gut bacteria live mainly in the colon (large intestine) and the part of the small intestine furthest from the stomach.
  • Question 14

What is the role of the respiratory system?

CORRECT ANSWER
To supply the blood with oxygen and remove waste carbon dioxide.
EDDIE SAYS
The role of the respiratory system is to supply the blood with oxygen and to remove waste carbon dioxide from the body.
  • Question 15

Match the correct part of the respiratory system with what it does during inhalation. If you can't read all of the words in the boxes, hover your mouse over them.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

trachea
allows air from the mouth and nos...
ribcage
moves out and up
diaphragm
contracts downwards
EDDIE SAYS
The trachea is the windpipe that the air travels down to get to the lungs. The ribcage moves up and out and the diaphragm contracts, becoming flattened, increasing the volume inside the ribcage and causing air to fill the lungs.
  • Question 16

Which of the following occur when you breathe in and out? 

CORRECT ANSWER
 Breathing InBreathing Out
Mouth and nose: air in
Mouth and nose: air out
Ribcage: down and in
Ribcage: up and out
Diaphragm: contract downwards
Diaphragm: relax upwards
  • Question 17

What structures in the airways are paralyzed by smoking?

CORRECT ANSWER
cilia
EDDIE SAYS
Cilia in epithelial cells are paralyzed by smoking because there are chemicals in the smoke that damage the cilia and stop them moving the mucus out of the respiratory system. This leads to a "smoker's cough".
  • Question 18

What is the name given to the tiny holes on the surface of a leaf that allow the transfer of gases to take place? 

CORRECT ANSWER
stomata
EDDIE SAYS
The tiny holes in the leaf that allow carbon dioxide in and oxygen out are the stomata. They open and close according to the environmental conditions, not only allowing transfer of gases but also ensuring that the leaf does not lose too much water vapour through them.
  • Question 19

It's important to be able to recognise the major parts of the human reproductive system, so see whether you can match the labels correctly with the names in the female reproductive system:

 

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

P
vagina
Q
uterus
R
oviduct
S
ovary
EDDIE SAYS
So, did you remember that the womb is properly called the uterus? That's where the baby develops. The eggs are made in the ovary and the proper name for the egg is an OVUM, so the OVIDUCT is the tube where the egg waits to be fertilised.
  • Question 20

In the matrix below identify the parts of the male and the female reproductive systems.

CORRECT ANSWER
 female male
testes
ovaries
vagina
scrotum
penis
uterus
EDDIE SAYS
Female reproductive system: ovaries, vagina and uterus. Male reproductive system: testes, scrotum, penis.
  • Question 21

What is the usual length of the menstrual cycle?

CORRECT ANSWER
28 days
EDDIE SAYS
The usual length of the menstrual cycle is 28 days, from the start of menstruation (a period), through growth of the uterine wall to when it begins to break down again.
  • Question 22

In humans specialised gametes are produced called sperms and eggs. These cells are specially designed for their job.

 

Look at each description below and decide whether it applies to the sperm or the egg by dragging SPERM or EGG next to each one. (If you can't see all the words in the boxes on the left, hover your mouse over them.)

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

has a tail
SPERM
smallest human cell
SPERM
largest human cell
EGG
can swim
SPERM
contains large food reserves
EGG
EDDIE SAYS
Sperms are amazing swimmers, lashing their tails to and fro to beat a path towards the egg. At 2.5 micrometres in size sperm are our smallest cells, aiming to fertilize our largest cell - the egg - at 100 micrometres across. One of the reasons it's so big is because it contains the foodstores to sustain the developing egg on its way to the uterus.
  • Question 23

Tick TWO things that the placenta supplies the baby with, along the umbilical cord, while it is inside its mother's uterus.

CORRECT ANSWER
oxygen
food
EDDIE SAYS
The placenta supplies the baby's food and oxygen along the umbilical cord and it takes away the carbon dioxide that the baby has made. This is why the baby doesn't need to breathe or eat - those things are put straight into its bloodstream by the placenta.
  • Question 24

The stamen, the male part of the flower, is made up of which TWO of these?

CORRECT ANSWER
anther
filament
EDDIE SAYS
The FILAMENT is the 'stalk' that holds the pollen factory, the ANTHER, up nice and strong (and sometimes high) so that it's in just the right place either for a visiting insect to brush against it (insect-pollinated flowers) or for any breeze to blow the pollen away (wind-pollinated flowers - in which case the filament is flexible and hangs the anther just outside the flower).
  • Question 25

Pollen from one flower is carried to which sticky part of another flower?

CORRECT ANSWER
stigma
EDDIE SAYS
The plant's female reproductive parts include the stigma, the top of the carpel (or pistil), which is 'sticky' so that pollen brought from another flowers sticks to it and begins to grow a pollen tube down towards the ovary.
  • Question 26

Following fertilisation, what do the female cells develop into in the ovary? 

CORRECT ANSWER
seeds
EDDIE SAYS
The fertilised ovules (egg cells) in the ovary develop into seeds whilst the ovary changes into a fruit that develops around the seed(s).
  • Question 27

Which ONE of these explains why plants produce fruits? 

CORRECT ANSWER
so animals eat the fruit and help with seed dispersal
EDDIE SAYS
Animals disperse seeds by eating them along with the fruit, or leaving the seed uneaten well away from the parent plant. The fruit itself doesn't grow into a plant - it's there to help to disperse the seeds.
  • Question 28

Which of the following drugs are addictive? Tick any that apply.

CORRECT ANSWER
alcohol
co-codamol
heroin
nicotine
EDDIE SAYS
All drugs have the potential to cause addiction, even prescription drugs such as co-codamol (which is a pain-killer), even though addiction tends to be associated with recreational drugs.
  • Question 29

The equation below represents which natural process?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
photosynthesis
EDDIE SAYS
The equation represents the process of photosynthesis within green plants: raw materials (water and carbon dioxide) are combined using the energy of light in the chlorophyll 'factory' to produce food (sugars) and releasing oxygen as a waste product.
  • Question 30

Complete the word equation for respiration.

 

Glucose  +  ____A____  ---------->  Carbon dioxide  +  _____B_____  +  energy

 

Remember to write your answers in lower case.

CORRECT ANSWER
 Answer
A
B
EDDIE SAYS
All living things respire to release energy from their food by combining it with oxygen. The oxidised food leaves carbon dioxide and water (both oxides) as waste products which are then recombined in photosynthesis to make more food - amazing!
  • Question 31

During anaerobic respiration glucose is broken down without oxygen. What is the product?

CORRECT ANSWER
lactic acid
EDDIE SAYS
Lactic acid (or pyruvic acid) is produced during anaerobic respiration as an energy-containing by-product of the process. This is because there's not enough oxygen to fully oxidise the food.
  • Question 32

 

If an insecticide was sprayed on a nearby field, but was blown by the wind into this oak tree, which organisms might be AFFECTED (note that word carefully!).

CORRECT ANSWER
all of them
EDDIE SAYS
So, the insecticide is an insect-killer: that takes out the beetles, caterpillars, ladybirds and aphids. The birds would definitely be AFFECTED by this because their prey would almost disappear, so they'd need to move to a different part of the wood that hadn't been sprayed. The tree would have fewer animals feeding on it, so more leaves would appear and so that would mean more food for the snails meaning that they could increase their population.
  • Question 33

There are three different types of lichen that can grow on trees:

 

   
 bushy lichen leafy lichen crusty lichen

 

Which type of lichen would you expect to see in a secluded forest in the countryside, several miles away from any roads and buildings? 

CORRECT ANSWER
bushy lichen
EDDIE SAYS
Bushy lichen only grows in very clean air so you won't find it growing in industrialised or heavily -populated areas where there is too much air pollution (so that makes it a good 'indicator' of clean air).
  • Question 34

What characteristics may this man pass to his children? Tick all that apply.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
nose shape
hair colour
eye colour
EDDIE SAYS
It is possible that the man will pass all of these characteristics to his children, except for the muscles. He was not born with these muscles, but they developed through hard training. It is an environmental characteristic.
  • Question 35

Variations between people may be a product of their genes - something they inherited from their parents - or it may be a product of their environment.

 

Here is a list of common factors that vary between people. Try to match them to their likely cause: INHERITED or ENVIRONMENT.

If you cannot see all the words in the boxes on the left, just hover your mouse over them.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

height
inherited
eye colour
inherited
how good you are at football
environment
shape of ear
inherited
speaking different languages
environment
your accent
environment
hair colour
inherited
hair length
environment
EDDIE SAYS
All right, hair colour can be changed with dyes (environmental) but we are all born with a particular colour BEFORE we change it! Also height can be affected by poor nutrition: a child who receives a poor, unbalanced diet and not a lot of it is less likely to achieve the full height that their genes could have allowed them. However, taller people are much more likely to have tall children. If you are a rugby player, the shape of your ears may change slightly, but the original ear shape is inherited in your genes.
Otherwise you can see that some are clearly the product of where we are and what we do - others are the product of what information we inherited from our parents' genes.
  • Question 36

The dodo is a bird that once lived on the island of Mauritius but is now extinct.

Tick three likely reasons why you think the dodo bird went extinct.

CORRECT ANSWER
Dodo birds were hunted for meat by humans.
Dodo birds could not fly so could not escape humans when hunted.
New species introduced by European sailors, like cats and rats, ate the dodo eggs.
EDDIE SAYS
There were a few reasons why the dodo went extinct:
• Dodo birds were hunted for meat by humans.
• Dodo birds could not fly so could not escape humans when hunted.
• New species introduced by European sailors, like cats and rats, ate the dodo eggs.
  • Question 37

What word is this the definition of?

'A measure of the variety of different types of life on Earth.'

Type your answer in the box below.

CORRECT ANSWER
biodiversity
EDDIE SAYS
Biodiversity: a measure of the variety of different types of life on Earth. In other words, a measure of the variety of different organisms present in different ecosystems. Biodiversity could refer to different species, differences between similar species and even differences between members of the same species.
  • Question 38

Green plants provide our atmosphere with which of the following gases? 

CORRECT ANSWER
oxygen
EDDIE SAYS
Green plants take in carbon dioxide and produce oxygen. Human beings and other living things need oxygen to survive, so green plants are extremely important.
  • Question 39

What is the name of the green chemical in plants that converts light energy into chemical energy? Write the word in the answer box.

CORRECT ANSWER
chlorophyll
EDDIE SAYS
The green chemical which gives the leaves their green colour and also converts light energy into chemical energy is chlorophyll (pronounced CLAW-RO-FILL but a tough word to spell correctly... ending in double L!).
  • Question 40

Roots are an integral part of a plant. If the roots are not drawing up enough water, how do you think the rest of the plant will be affected? Tick all the answers you agree with.

CORRECT ANSWER
The leaves will be small and droopy.
The stem will be thin.
EDDIE SAYS
If the roots are not doing a good job there will not be enough water reaching the plant: the leaves will droop and not grow well (they'll only turn brown if there's no water at all) and the stem will not be strong and thick, but thin and spindly. Water is a vital ingredient of photosynthesis and is used for transport right around the plant as well as ensuring the cells are firm ('turgid') and so holding the plant up properly.
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