CIE Biology Paper-3: Specimen Questions with Answers 143 - 145 of 230

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Figure shows the three types of population pyramids.

shows three types of population pyramids in the age of 15-65.

Shows Three Types of Population Pyramids in the Age of 15 - 65.

Figure shows different type of population pyramid with the label of A B and C between the age group of 15 - 65.

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What is the main difference in pyramid A, B and C?

Explanation

Pyramid A is Expansive population pyramid, which present larger numbers of the population in the younger age groups. Pyramid B is Constrictive population pyramids which shows lower numbers of younger population and pyramid C is Stationary population pyramids or near –stationary population pyramids which shows somewhat equal numbers or percentages for almost all age groups.

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Write the name of A, B, And C pyramid.

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A- Expansive population pyramids

B- Constrictive population pyramid

C- Stationary population pyramids

Question number: 145

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Name the organ system that match the functions shown in the table below.

Table shows some functions of particular organism

Above table shows functions of some organ system

Functions

Organ systems

carries digested food and ‎oxygen to all parts of the body‎

enables the exchanges of gases‎

enables the different parts of the ‎body to move‎

protects the important organs

Explanation

Table shows the name of organ system and their functions

Table shows the name of organ system like circulatory system, respiratory system, muscular system and skeletal system and their functions

Functions

Organ systems

carries digested food and ‎oxygen to all parts of the body‎

Circulatory system ‎

enables the exchanges of gases‎

Respiratory system

enables the different parts of the ‎body to move‎

Muscular system

protects the important organs

Skeletal system