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age distribution

[′āj dis·trə′byü·shən]
(ecology)
The distribution of different age groups in a population.
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Table 1: Age distribution Age distribution (years) Frequency 142 (%) 18 53 (37) 19 74 (52) 20 15 (11) Figure 1: Prevalence of dental caries among medical students YES 14% (20) NO 86% (122) Note: Table made from pie chart.
This shift toward an overall increasing percentage of cases with reported PCR detections since 2013 corresponds with the noted shift in age distribution among reported RSV cases.
Finally, Bonte, Falck, and Heblich (2009) explored the relationship between the regional age distribution and start-up activity in a region using an aggregate data set containing the age distribution of the population of western German regions over time and found that, consistent with other empirical studies using individual data set, an inverse U-shaped relationship exists between the regional age structure and start-up activity at the aggregate level with a peak for the baby boom cohort.
Age distribution of Cases Age wise distribution >20 10% 21-40 47% 41-60 28% >60 15% Note: Table made from pie chart.
The investigators found 2 distinct age distributions of breast cancer based on race.
"We found that the decrease in neonatal mortality rates from 2007 to 2015 in the United States was largely associated with changes in the underlying gestational age distribution and less associated with changes in gestational age-specific mortality."
Table-1: Age distribution of patients of SCDs by gender.
Age distribution of patients showed that 91 (87%) patients were between 15-30 years of age while 14 (13%) were between 31-45 years of age.
Age distribution of children suffering with oncological presentation showed that maximum number of patients 138 (46.9%) were reported between age 1 - 5 years followed by 6 - 10 years 106 (36.1%) respectively.
We noted a gradual narrowing in the age distribution of GII.4 infections to young children <5 years of age in the past 5 seasons (Table), presumably a result of herd immunity development, given that the current GII.4 Sydney 2012 variant has been circulating for >4 years.
This business is positioned as a New Age Distribution Business, enabling global access to the vast Enterprise and SME markets with Pay-as-you-Use and Software-as-a-Service cyber-specific solutions.
When the center of the age distribution shifts from middle-aged people to elderly people and the ratio of working people to the population starts declining, the period of population onus, which has negative effects on economic growth, sets in.