Synonyms for age groups

Grammar : Noun

Définition of age groups

  • As in old-boy network : noun exclusive informal network
  • As in peer group : noun group of same status
Example sentences :
  • The three age groups seem to be natural ones, and each has its own methods and activities.
  • Extract from : « Educational Work of the Girl Scouts » by Louise Stevens Bryant
  • Age groups for opossums caught in the three seasons are shown in the following tabular fashion.
  • Extract from : « Ecology of the Opossum on a Natural Area in Northeastern Kansas » by Henry S. Fitch
  • This species appears to stay in age groups when it flocks, as evidenced by the large flocks of young in first-year plumage.
  • Extract from : « Birds from North Borneo » by Max C. Thompson
  • Four age groups, based on characters of the dentition and skull, have been recognized.
  • Extract from : « American Weasels » by E. Raymond Hall
  • Saupe observed a strong "herd instinct" in all age groups of Blaberus craniifer.
  • Extract from : « The Biotic Associations of Cockroaches » by Louis M. Roth
  • The three age groups seem to be natural ones and each has its own methods and activities.
  • Extract from : « Girl Scouts » by Unknown
  • Since there is a brief annual breeding season, any local population of racers consists of a series of discrete annual age groups.
  • Extract from : « Natural History of the Racer Coluber constrictor » by Henry S. Fitch
  • A study of the age groups in each month's population revealed a differential survival based on the season of birth.
  • Extract from : « A Population Study of the Prairie Vole (Microtus ochrogaster) in Northeastern Kansas » by Edwin P. Martin

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